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March 27, 2020

James Dyson says “race is on” to make 10,000 coronavirus ventilators, Escarrer family braces Melia Hotels for coronavirus and world recovery, AB InBev adapts to changing consumer tastes with premiumisation strategy.

James Dyson says “race is on” to make 10,000 coronavirus ventilators

Sir James Dyson, the UK billionaire entrepreneur who made his fortune by inventing a cyclonic vacuum cleaner, has been commissioned by the UK government to make 10,000 critical ventilating machines for the country’s health service in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

March 5, 2020

If your family firm is considering working with outside investors, remember that the old axiom “knowledge is power” still holds true. For example, bringing in an outside investor does not have to take the “family” out of family firm. Yet, as with any change in ownership structure, you need to consider the types of investors who are going to provide a good fit for your business.

If your family firm is considering working with outside investors, remember that the old axiom “knowledge is power” still holds true. For example, bringing in an outside investor does not have to take the “family” out of family firm. Yet, as with any change in ownership structure, you need to consider the types of investors who are going to provide a good fit for your business.

March 28, 2018

Brewing giant pledges carbon reduction and renewable energy; James Packer’s ‘brave’ mental health resignation; and L’Oreal buys AR app

Brewing giant pledges carbon reduction, renewable energy

The world’s biggest brewer, AB InBev, says it will use only renewable energy and recyclable packaging by 2025, as part of an ambitious sustainability plan laid out by the company.

December 15, 2017

Australia’s family owned brewer Coopers has invested $49 million (AUD $65 million) in its future by opening what they have hailed as the most technically advanced malting plant in the world.

Australia’s family owned brewer Coopers has invested $49 million (AUD $65 million) in its future by opening what they have hailed as the most technically advanced malting plant in the world.

September 28, 2017

Our roundup of new and noteworthy business book releases, featuring Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two by Jim Koch; Distilled: A Memoir of Family, Seagram, Baseball, and Philanthropy by Charles Bronfman; The Destructive Power of Family Wealth by Philip Marcovici.

Our roundup of new and noteworthy business book releases, featuring Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two by Jim Koch; Distilled: A Memoir of Family, Seagram, Baseball, and Philanthropy by Charles Bronfman; The Destructive Power of Family Wealth by Philip Marcovici.

Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two

April 21, 2014

A brewery may seem an unconventional playground for a child, but Warsteiner’s ninth-generation CEO Catharina Cramer practically grew up at the family business.

October 5, 2011

Family-controlled Shepherd Neame, the UK’s oldest brewer, reckons that being a family business has bolstered its earnings during a difficult economic period.

Family-controlled Shepherd Neame, the UK’s oldest brewer, reckons that being a family business has bolstered its earnings during a difficult economic period.

Fifth-generation Jonathan Neame told CampdenFB: “At a time of recession, we have been able to steer the business well due to our long-term thinking on how to invest in alignment with market trends.”

January 17, 2008

The consortium of brewing giants Carlsberg and family-owned Heineken has finally entered into negotiations with fellow brewery Scottish & Newcastle in relation to a possible takeover bid.

The consortium of brewing giants Carlsberg and family-owned Heineken has finally entered into negotiations with fellow brewery Scottish & Newcastle in relation to a possible takeover bid. The consortium’s offer will be €10.80 per share, which is the minimum amount that S&N would consider, and values the firm at €10.18 billion.

January 1, 2003

In 2000, Interbrew put 35% of its shares on the stock market in an operation worth €3 billion. Yet the world’s third-largest beer maker remains a company where the family runs the show

Jozef Lievens is managing director of the Belgian Family Business Institute and an attorney with Eubelius lawyers.

In 2000, Interbrew put 35% of its shares on the stock market in an operation worth €3 billion. Yet the world's third-largest beer maker remains a company where the family runs the show

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