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March 1, 2007

Family-owned NASCAR racing has found a true legend. Dale Earnhardt lived fast, died young and has now been immortolised in a film about his life. However, as Marc Smith reports, Earnhardt’s legacy also extends to a successful family business empire

Family-owned NASCAR racing has found a true legend. Dale Earnhardt lived fast, died young and has now been immortolised in a film about his life. However, as Marc Smith reports, Earnhardt’s legacy also extends to a successful family business empire.

Marc Smith is deputy editor of Families in Business.

March 1, 2007

Tax, estate planning and inheritance issues are now important strings to a private bank’s bow. Maria Scott reports on exactly what large, multinational private banks are offering, and whether they are catering for the precise needs of today’s HNWIs

Tax, estate planning and inheritance issues are now important strings to a private bank's bow. Maria Scott reports on exactly what large, multinational private banks are offering, and whether they are catering for the precise needs of today's HNWIs.

Maria Scott is a freelance journalist based in New Zealand.

March 1, 2007

Big business is getting its hands dirty in the name of charity, forming companies whose specific goals are to benefit mankind, all while making a profit. David Nicholson examines the brave new and sometimes controversial world of “for-profit” philanthropy

ig business is getting its hands dirty in the name of charity, forming companies whose specific goals are to benefit mankind, all while making a profit. David Nicholson examines the brave new and sometimes controversial world of "for-profit" philanthrop.

David Nicholson is a freelance writer based in the UK.

March 1, 2007

Philanthropy is changing, and for the better. With billionaires setting a new standard in how their wealth can positively impact others, the world is set to become a better place. Sam Davis III and Dennis Jaffe discuss the thinking behind strategic philanthropy

Philanthropy is changing, and for the better. With billionaires setting a new standard in how their wealth can positively impact others, the world is set to become a better place. Sam Davis III and Dennis Jaffe discuss the thinking behind strategic philanthropy.

Sam Davis III is a Principal in Relative Solutions and a Fellow in the Family Firm Institute.
Dennis Jaffe is a founding partner of Relative Solutions.

March 1, 2007

You say football, I say soccer … Americans have never previously shown a serious interest in the beautiful game, but recently some wealthy families have seen the business potential in owning England’s top clubs. Where will it end? asks Marc Smith

You say football, I say soccer … Americans have never previously shown a serious interest in the beautiful game, but recently some wealthy families have seen the business potential in owning England's top clubs. Where will it end? asks Marc Smith.

Marc Smith is deputy editor of Families in Business.

March 1, 2007

Shaping a successful future for business-owning families means dealing with the specific dynamics between the interdependent spheres of family, business and assets. Once balance is achieved, an atmosphere of trust, consensus and satisfaction can follow

Shaping a successful future for business-owning families means dealing with the specific dynamics between the interdependent spheres of family, business and assets. Once balance is achieved, an atmosphere of trust, consensus and satisfaction can follow.

January 1, 2007

A series of unfortunate events delayed Banyan Tree’s IPO for six years. But they forced a risk management plan that will take one of Asia’s top luxury spa brands onto the global stage

Melanie Stern is the former section editor of Families in Business.

A series of unfortunate events delayed Banyan Tree's IPO for six years. But they forced a risk management plan that will take one of Asia's top luxury spa brands onto the global stage

January 1, 2007

When India’s Tata Steel bid for the Anglo-Dutch corporation Corus, business magazines trumpeted the arrival of the Indian multinational corporation. A rival bid may yet cause the deal to unravel, but Kamal Mehta explains why the offer is a sign that Indian business has come of age

Kamal Mehta is a freelance journalist based in the UK.

When India's Tata Steel (pictured) bid for the Anglo-Dutch corporation Corus, business magazines trumpeted the arrival of the Indian multinational corporation. A rival bid may yet cause the deal to unravel, but Kamal Mehta explains why the offer is a sign that Indian business has come of age

January 1, 2007

Despite a cushioned upbringing as a member of India’s foremost political Gandhi family, Rahul Gandhi looks set to step out of the wings and transform the Indian National Congress party. It’s a daunting task – requiring more than his movie star good looks, says Marc Smith

Marc Smith is deputy editor of Families in Business.

Despite a cushioned upbringing as a member of India’s foremost political Gandhi family, Rahul Gandhi looks set to step out of the wings and transform the Indian National Congress party. It’s a daunting task – requiring more than his movie star good looks, says Marc Smith

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