After the financial crisis buyout specialists bet on a resurgence in the global economy, but the old shipping families are still the ones making waves.
A second-generation Jordanian firm becomes only the fourth drug-maker on the flagship London index.
Increasingly policy makers don’t like the short-term ideas of Keynesian economics, but when it comes to the long term they need to learn from and promote family businesses.
The government’s change of tack has been painted as a victory for institutional shareholders, but it will also boost the country’s family firms.
Korean Air’s Heather Cho gets a one-year sentence, Nat Rothschild injects $100m into Indonesian coal, the Bombardier family are sidelined, and Fosun wins Club Med.
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.