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December 12, 2020

Bertelsmann books Simon & Schuster for $2.175 billion, Bombardier private jet sales soar in the coronavirus age, Walmart offers to give Covid-19 vaccinations.

Bertelsmann books Simon & Schuster for $2.175 billion

German media family business Bertelsmann has acquired publishing house Simon & Schuster for $2.175 billion from the US Redstone-family-owned media company ViacomCBS.

Bertelsmann, the international media, services and education company, said it was further expanding its global content businesses in the US, its second-largest market, with the deal for the publisher of Hillary Clinton, John Irving, Stephen King and Bob Woodward.

June 1, 2020

Daughter Pansy Ho succeeds Macau casino kingpin Stanley Ho, coronavirus crumbles Murdoch’s media empire foundations, John Elkann of the Agnelli dynasty shares Exor’s Covid-19 strategy.

Daughter Pansy Ho succeeds Macau casino kingpin Stanley Ho

Stanley Ho, the flamboyant patriarch who transformed Macau from a Portuguese outpost into the world’s gambling capital, has died at the age of 98, leaving his daughter Pansy Ho as the heir apparent.

January 16, 2020

Next gen James Murdoch’s burning rift with father’s media empire, revamped Musgrave Group snaps up drinks distributor and the World Economic Forum hails Henkel as frontrunner in the fourth industrial revolution.

Next gen James Murdoch’s burning rift with father’s media empire

James Murdoch, heir of Rupert Murdoch, has publicly criticised his family’s media empire for climate change denial as lethal bushfires blaze in Australia.

December 23, 2016

Two Maersk ships sink en route to Turkish scrapyard; Nintendo stock falls despite hit game Super Mario Run; News Corp banned from Melbourne Pride after ‘homophobic’ cartoon

Two Maersk ships sink en route to Turkish scrapyard

Danish shipping company Maersk Line, owned by the McKinney-Moeller family, has confirmed that two of its offshore supply vessels sunk off the coast of France while being towed to a Turkish shipyard for recycling.

The Maersk Supply Service vessels, Maersk Searcher and Maersk Shipper, were unmanned. All employees aboard the towing vessel Maersk Battler are safe.

December 2, 2016

Murdoch loses $100 million on Theranos investment; Benetton heir quits board; and Lundin Petroleum announces Barents Sea discovery

Murdoch loses $100 million on Theranos investment

Australian-American media mogul Rupert Murdoch, chairman and CEO of global media holding company News Corporation, is expected to lose the $100 million he invested in beleaguered blood testing group Theranos.

Murdoch, who purchased his stake when Theranos’ valuation was at the $9 billion mark, is likely to notice the irony after his own financial paper, The Wall Street Journal, played an instrumental role in questioning the reliability of its blood testing device.

October 5, 2016

John Elkann, the fifth-generation chairman of Fiat Chrysler, has stepped down from the board of American media multinational News Corp.

John Elkann, the fifth-generation chairman of Fiat Chrysler, has stepped down from the board of American media multinational News Corp.

In a statement, News Corp—owned by Australian-born American media mogul Rupert Murdoch—said Elkann left the board in light of the increased demands of his role as chairman of his family’s investment vehicle, Exor.

August 18, 2016

News Corp bid for Wireless Group finalised; Goya Foods reveals 80th anniversary sponsorship deal; and Henkel shares at record high on emerging market success

News Corp bid for Wireless Group finalised

The bid by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp to take over Irish new media company Wireless Group has received backing from more than 92% of Wireless shareholders.

According to a joint statement, the cash offer, announced in June and valuing Wireless at £220 million ($289 million), will stay open to remaining shareholders until further notice.

July 8, 2016

Lotte founder’s daughter arrested; Serge Dassault on trial for tax fraud; and Gretchen Carlson files sexual harassment suit against Fox News 

Lotte founder’s daughter arrested

Shin Young-ja, the chairwoman of the Lotte Scholarship Foundation, has been arrested over allegations she received bribes as prosecutors step up an investigation into the country’s fifth-largest business chaebol.

The 74-year-old daughter of Lotte founder Shin Kyuk-ho is accused of accepting bribes from the former chief of cosmetics brand Nature Republic in exchange for store space in Lotte’s duty-free outlets.

January 11, 2016

Several next gens were appointed to the helm of their family businesses in 2015. From Michael Hill International in Australasia to France's Pernod Ricard, we look at whose been left in charge.

Several next gens were appointed to the helm of their family businesses in 2015. From Michael Hill International in Australasia to France's Pernod Ricard, we look at whose been left in charge.

Emma Hill, Michael Hill International (New Zealand/Australia)
Promoted: November 2015

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