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The Top 5 Behaviours Next-Generation Leaders Need to Adopt for Success

The largest wealth transfer in human history is happening now, with over $74T USD being transferred from older to younger, next-generation, rising...
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Toronto’s 10 Largest Family Businesses 

Family enterprises are a driving force in Canada’s economy, accounting for two-thirds of private-sector companies and contributing over $500 billion to the...
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Economic Impact of Family Businesses – A Compilation of Facts

With their ability to innovate through complex market uncertainties and evolve in shifting business ecosystems, family firms represent an enduring economic foundation...
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Tales of Turmoil: 10 Family Business Scandals

What's in a name? A whole lot if you're a family business. An essential part of building a multigenerational legacy is to...
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When Family Business Becomes Policy

The role family businesses play in advancing national economies is hard to overemphasise. Two-thirds of companies globally are family-owned, generating 60 per...
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The 10 Largest Family Businesses in Tokyo

Japan is home to around 37,550 enterprises that have operated for over a century. The country’s largest stock exchange, the Tokyo Stock...
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The Successor’s Voice

The Successor’s Voice is a book for those family members who follow in the footsteps of their predecessors. While there exists a...
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The Women Leading the World’s Largest Family Enterprises

In just over two decades, the number of Fortune 500 companies led by women has increased from 4 to 53. It is...
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The 10 Largest Family Businesses in New York City

There are around 5.5 million family businesses in the United States, which account for 54 per cent of the country’s GDP and...
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Drama-Free Succession: Ten Families Who Made it Work

The act of succession enables family businesses to maintain continuity as they transition from generation to generation. 4 Billion Country/Region: Germany Contending with falling revenues, patent losses, and pricing pressures, Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany’s second-largest drugmaker, selected a member from its founding family to serve as CEO for the first time in 25 years – a move intended to help steer the business through a challenging period.