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  • Next-gen Euisun Chung takes the wheel of Hyundai after 20 years, apparel brand Uniqlo predicts recovery to pre-pandemic profits within a year, ‘Pasta king’ Guido Barilla says next five years critical to fix global food systems.

  • Ramesh S Ramakrishnan, the chairman of the global family-controlled shipping and logistics group Transworld, says being alert and agile for new opportunities will be vital for families as businesses cope with the new post-pandemic world.

  • Families and private investors say long-term impact investing delivers social and environmental outcomes while growing capital and managing risks in an era of global disruption.

  • James Dyson says entrepreneurialism and wealth creation will help Covid-19 economic recovery, Ferrero family takes the biscuit at Fox’s as acquisition spree continues, Henkel charts modest fourth quarter recovery without lockdowns.

  • Migraine and cataract therapies and a transit solution for vaccines such as Covid-19 are among the new cutting-edge innovations to be presented in the virtual 30th MedTech Investing Europe Conference on 21-22 October, 2020.

  • Expanding family offices are finding themselves spoilt for choice in recruiting and retaining executive talent to help them navigate an increasingly complex and diversified investment space.

  • Walton family’s Walmart sells Asda to British billionaire brothers, Persson family’s H&M closes 250 stores and ramps up online investment, Lotte Group prepares for the hands-free “untact” future today.

  • The acquisition of the $2.8 billion London-based multifamily office Sandaire by the $645 billion global investment manager Schroders could signal a new phase of consolidation in the world’s $5.9 trillion family office space in an uncertain era of rising costs and coronavirus, geopolitical and technological disruption.

  • Agnelli family’s Exor deals risk with GEDI but reward with Fiat Chrysler; e-commerce, Chinese and comfort sales cushion L’Oreal against the coronavirus, heiress Verena Bahlsen leads her family business to innovation and social responsibility.

  • The next generation of family business leaders say they first learned of the extent of their family wealth on average aged 31 and two-thirds feel this was about the right time, but when, how and even if that education takes place is highly debatable.

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