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Maybe the next big startup is somewhere about to happen at a university. Investors should take note…

An understanding of cultural and legal differences affecting a family business isn’t been appreciated enough by most family business advisers

Prominient UK family business leaders like James Dyson and Lord Bamford supported Brexit. So to did many small and medium-sized family businesses. The fourth generation head of his family business explains why

Foundation ownership structures aren’t just nice philanthropic constructs, in many cases, they deliver better profits and revenues than their non-foundation counterparts

It sometime feels that ever investor in the world wants a piece of family business action

When a family member who does not work in the business understands that there are meaningful ways that they can engage with the enterprise they are likely to feel valued

A governance code of conduct has been proposed for Italian family businesses – it’s about time

Corporate venturing isn’t just being done by the big family businesses, smaller ones are also getting into the act. That’s because it makes so much sense at many levels for family enterprises

Boards of directors need to take more responsibility for cyber security…here are some ideas how

What will happen when millennials take over their family business? Professor John Davis and Dr Jeremy Schulz are trying to find out – and much more about family business mellennials