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Campden Wealth, in association with Advent Software, has launched an interactive video which aims to offer families and family offices an introduction to technology and how it can enhance the performance of their office. Click on the image to the left.

When third-generation Akio Toyoda took the helm at the world’s largest automaker in June 2009, he knew he was in for a tough ride. The world was in the grips of a crippling recession, the car industry was on its knees and Toyota had just posted its first annual loss in 59 years.

David Simon doesn’t mince his words. When rival company General Growth Properties rebuffed his $10 billion offer to buy the business out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, Simon penned a sharply worded letter to Adam Metz, his counterpart as chief executive, writes Darrell Delamaide

Rothschild might have broken with tradition by appointing a non-family CEO for the first time in its history, but the new chief has several factors in his favour as he takes the helm of one of the world’s leading investment banks, writes Paul Golden

When Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, a member of the Saudi Arabian royal family, publicly backed James Murdoch to succeed his father at News Corp’s helm last month, it once again sparked a flurry of media coverage. But who are going to be the most influential next gens?

Bill Wrigley Jr made a big decision for his company and his shareholders when he agreed in 2008 to sell the family firm to Mars Inc, another family-owned company, for $23 billion, writes Darrell Delamaide

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