A French lawyer thinks that their collaborative nature means that family businesses are playing a leading role in the “third industrial revolution”.
The Wallenberg family ring the changes at Investor, the Koch brothers raise a billion for the 2016 elections, and a fish tycoon moves into English football.
The Saudis have broken every rule in the book, and the result is uncertainty. There are lessons to be learned.
Ena Baxter, who turned Baxters soups into a global business, had died aged 90; also, Aldi heir wins art fraud case; succession shenanigans at South Korea’s Lotte.