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March 27, 2014

The nature of the Internet means online insults traded between two family business next gens, Aga Bakrie and Nat Rothschild, could resurface in Google searches and due diligence for years to come, even after the media storm surrounding it has died down, say family business experts.

The nature of the Internet means online insults traded between two family business next gens, Aga Bakrie and Nat Rothschild, could resurface in Google searches and due diligence for years to come, even after the media storm surrounding it has died down, say family business experts.

This week the Indonesian family behind Bakrie Group formally separated itself from its ill-fated natural resources group Bumi (now renamed Asia Resource Minerals) it co-founded in 2010 with Nat Rothschild, of the English branch of the famous banking dynasty.

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