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March 1, 2006

Behind the dazzling smiles of Lakshmi Mittal and his heir apparent Aditya is a grim determination to become the biggest steel producer in the world. Whether Arcelor and the French business community are to be persuaded has yet to be seen. Melanie Stern reports

Melanie Stern is section editor of Families in Business.

Behind the dazzling smiles of Lakshmi Mittal and his heir apparent Aditya is a grim determination to become the biggest steel producer in the world. Whether Arcelor and the French business community are to be persuaded has yet to be seen. Melanie Stern reports

March 1, 2006

Campden Conferences and the BDO Centre for Family Business are launching the first of a series of surveys on international family values. Peter Leach and Juliette Johnson, of BDO, explain the rationale

Peter Leach is chairman of the BDO Centre for Family Business. Juliette Johnson is senior manager of the BDO Centre for Family Business. www.bdo.co.uk/cfb

Campden Conferences and the BDO Centre for Family Business are launching the first of a series of surveys on international family values. Peter Leach and Juliette Johnson, of BDO, explain the rationale

January 1, 2006

From chicken house ventilation to climate control systems, the O’Hea family have turned the Colt Group into a global concern. Strong research and development and a business-like approach to the family council are the foundations, finds Suzy Bibko

Suzy Bibko is editor of Families in Business.

From chicken house ventilation to climate control systems, the O'Hea family have turned the Colt Group into a global concern. Strong research and development and a business-like approach to the family council are the foundations, finds Suzy Bibko

January 1, 2006

Mazen Darwazah, of Hikma Pharmaceuticals, tells Melanie Stern about being the first company from Jordan to achieve a full listing on the London Stock Exchange, and looks back at the family’s three decades of hard work and transition

Melanie Stern is section editor of Families in Business.

Mazen Darwazah, of Hikma Pharmaceuticals, tells Melanie Stern about being the first company from Jordan to achieve a full listing on the London Stock Exchange, and looks back at the family's three decades of hard work and transition

January 1, 2006

Dubai’s Al-Ghurair family is one of several groups feverishly constructing a commercial powerhouse for United Arab Emirates – and building a competitive future for both the Emirati and the economy as a whole. By Melanie Stern

Melanie Stern is section editor of Families in Business.

Dubai's Al-Ghurair family is one of several groups feverishly constructing a commercial powerhouse for United Arab Emirates – and building a competitive future for both the Emirati and the economy as a whole. By Melanie Stern

January 1, 2006

Scott Mcculloch is editor of Families in Business.

Rising oil prices and a construction boom aren't the only reasons CCC Group's balance sheets are shaping up nicely. Scott McCulloch discovers how a committed loyalty to an expanding workforce and a strong international network are driving the business forward

November 1, 2005

Booths is a chain of supermarkets in the North-West of England that is in its fifth generation. The company prides itself on customer service, the high quality of its produce – much of it local – and its strong regional identity, writes Emma French

Booths is a chain of supermarkets in the North-West of England that is in its fifth generation. The company prides itself on customer service, the high quality of its produce – much of it local – and its strong regional identity, writes Emma French

November 1, 2005

Jorgen Vig Knudstorp talks to Melanie Stern about his first year as CEO of the Danish family business and toy giant Lego, how he led the company out of a period of financial risk and his mandate to fix the national treasure

Melanie stern is section editor of Families in Business.

Jorgen Vig Knudstorp talks to Melanie Stern about his first year as CEO of the Danish family business and toy giant Lego, how he led the company out of a period of financial risk and his mandate to fix the national treasure

November 1, 2005

Foresight and vision have made the Votorantim Group one of the most powerful corporations in Brazil. Joachim Schwass charts the history of the family behind the business and examines the management structures that have helped it to succeed

Joachim Schwass directs the Annual IMD – LODH Distinguished Family Business Award

Foresight and vision have made the Votorantim Group one of the most powerful corporations in Brazil. Joachim Schwass charts the history of the family behind the business and examines the management structures that have helped it to succeed

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