Category: Business

Business

Ten interesting things we read this week

Some of the most fascinating topics covered this week are: Investing (Five levels to become the master investor; Buy-and-hold myth; Green investing has shortcomings), Business (Coronavirus rips a hole in newspapers’ business models; Meet the 13-year-old entrepreneurs), Lifestyle (Why so many smart people aren’t happy) and Geopolitics (Art of war and Sino-Indian business).

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3 Simple Steps To Develop Successful Family Business Leaders

Family-owned businesses form an integral part of the global economy, yet they are not immune to certain unique leadership challenges, especially when it comes to succession. Many believe that leaders are born and heirs with “success in their blood” or those identified as having “the right stuff” early on, will naturally become successful next-generation leaders for the organization.

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COVID-19 aftermath: Funding divide among Indian startups makes survival difficult; while some bag millions, others struggle

There are two extreme situations being noticed currently with regards to funding in the startup sector. While on the one hand, a handful of startups have raised millions from established and reputed names from the corporate world in the time of COVID-19, on the other hand, more than 40 percent of Indian startups and SMEs have run out of cash.

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Family-owned Business Advising Family-owned Businesses in South Florida

Amidst the current pandemic, businesses are at a frantic standstill for obtaining financial resources through the United States’ CARES act. To assist local family-owned businesses both large and small, Family Office Network sat with president and CEO of Palm Beach Tax Group, Roland C. Manuel to talk about sustainable financial business practices during this unpredictable COVID-19 financial crisis.

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BOS targets bigger slice of booming family offices business

BANK of Singapore (BOS), the private banking arm of lender Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation, plans to grab a bigger share of the fast-growing family office business by expanding its investment products and targeting clients outside the region, its chief executive officer said.

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