long-termism

John Davis, chairman of the Cambridge Family Enterprise Group, on why dual-class stock structures are beneficial for the economy – and why many institutional investors are the biggest threat to the economy

But when it comes to trust, family businesses don’t have a preception problem

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

Surviving more than 140 years in the corporate world is some achievement

Volatility in financial markets never lasts for ever…

The wider business community is adopting the vernacular of family businesses

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.