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March 13, 2021

The Firm? We learned from Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey that is what the royal family call their family business. It’s a very appropriate term. As a family business, they own and manage land and castles, some of which they rent out, support multiple charitable ventures, play an extensive public role in the UK drawing on multiple publicity avenues to support its image and brand, and employ scores of employees who are valued for their loyalty and commitment. It's a huge and complex business.

The Firm? We learned from Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey that is what the royal family call their family business. It’s a very appropriate term. As a family business, they own and manage land and castles, some of which they rent out, support multiple charitable ventures, play an extensive public role in the UK drawing on multiple publicity avenues to support its image and brand, and employ scores of employees who are valued for their loyalty and commitment. It's a huge and complex business.

March 2, 2021

Bethany McLean, journalist and author of several books about businesses gone wrong, is the guest in the latest episode of Ruffer Radio.

Bethany McLean, journalist and author of several books about businesses gone wrong, is the guest in the latest episode of Ruffer Radio.

McLean specialises in casting light on the shadier corners of the financial world, renowned for her exposé of the Enron scandal in the early 2000s.

March 1, 2004

Many a family firm has crashed and burned amid recrimination, but many remain the world’s most respected enterprises. So just what is the role of leadership and family culture in the chemistry of success and failure?

Nigel Nicholson is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at London Business School. Åsa Björnberg is Research Assistant at London Business School on the LIFBRI (Leadership in Family Business Research Initiative).
(This work is supported under ESRC grant  – RES-051-27-0086. For a more detailed report of the survey findings or further information contact the London Business School. www.london.edu/family_business/)

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