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January 1, 2007

Another budget airline has taken to the skies, but this time it’s for far-flung destinations rather than the usual puddle jumps across Europe or North America. Oasis Airline’s founder Raymond Lee explains why his family firm is here for the long haul

Suzy Bibko is editor of Families in Business.

Another budget airline has taken to the skies, but this time it's for far-flung destinations rather than the usual puddle jumps across Europe or North America. Oasis Airline's founder Raymond Lee explains why his family firm is here for the long haul

January 1, 2007

Like many of its contemporaries in the West, Japanese publisher Kodansha is having to look beyond its traditional paper output and embrace the digital age …

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

Like many of its contemporaries in the West, Japanese publisher Kodansha is having to look beyond its traditional paper output and embrace the digital age …

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

January 1, 2007

The changing demographics of the labour market, enduring skills shortages and employee demands for work–life balance have created a so-called "war for talent". Marc Smith explores the challenges for the global family business in their search for skilled staff

Marc Smith is deputy editor of Families in Business.

The changing demographics of the labour market, enduring skills shortages and employee demands for work–life balance have created a so-called "war for talent". Marc Smith explores the challenges for the global family business in their search for skilled staff

November 1, 2006

Despite the diminishing role of family-controlled firms in the UK stock market, evidence suggests that the family business PLC model works and can offer value to all stakeholders. Panikkos Poutziouris presents the evidence

Panikkos Poutziouris is Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship and Family Business at the Cyprus International Institute of Management and Visiting Fellow at Manchester Business School, UK.

Despite the diminishing role of family-controlled firms in the UK stock market, evidence  suggests that the family business PLC model works and can offer value to all stakeholders. Panikkos Poutziouris presents the evidence

November 1, 2006

Russia and China are as promising as they are problematic for British fine wine institution Berry Bros & Rudd, as chairman Simon Berry tells Melanie Stern

Melanie Stern is section editor of Families in Business.

Russia and China are as promising as they are problematic for British fine wine institution Berry Bros & Rudd, as chairman Simon Berry tells Melanie Stern

November 1, 2006

In Italy drinking coffee is more a way of life than a simple pleasure. Suzy Bibko discovers the secret of the perfect espresso bean and what the coffee tradition means to Andrea Illy, CEO of illycaffé

Suzy Bibko is editor of Families in Business.

In Italy drinking coffee is more a way of life than a simple pleasure. Suzy Bibko discovers the secret of the perfect espresso bean and what the coffee tradition means to Andrea Illy, CEO of illycaffé

November 1, 2006

Many family businesses that made the decision to go public several decades ago have been disappointed. François de Visscher explains why, though a complex and risky path, going private could be for the long-term benefit of the business

François de Visscher  is founder and president of the family business consultancy de Visscher & Co. www.devisscher.com

Many family businesses that made the decision to go public several decades ago have been disappointed. François de Visscher explains why, though a complex and risky path, going private could be for the long-term benefit of the business

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