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The debate about creating more acceptable models of business will inevitably trundle on for many years yet.

Family Capital’s weekly look at the goings-ons in the world of family capital

Family Capital’s weekly look at the goings-ons in the world of family capital

Ratan Tata buys a stake in China’s biggest smartphone maker, there may be trouble ahead for Siemens, and a South Korean heiress fights pirates. 

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.

A study finds that youngsters in South Korea’s family-controlled conglomerates are promoted to senior positions at very young ages. People are fast losing patience with these outdated behemoths.