Historias reales (Marzo 2018)

Les dejamos algunas historias reales del mundo que nos parecieron interesantes de ser compartidas.

The Wall Street Journal:

Many retailers, beset by online competition and shifting consumer tastes, are slashing costs and closing hundreds of stores. Nordstrom Ic. is doing the opposite.The family-run company has been investing heavily as it tries to outrun the forces battering the industry. It is revamping some of its 122 department stores and spending …

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Forbes.com:

Family firms usually start out as simple organizations. But as they develop and grow they face greater complexities and challenges, often leading to tensions among the owning family over how they run the firm together. Many of Asia’s top family businesses were founded after World War II, and those that have survived and thrived…

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Buisiness Today India:

Infosys has hired a new CEO. Salil Parekh will take over the role formally at the start of the new year. No one classifies Infosys as a family owned business. In fact, the promoters themselves talk of the company as a professional one. However, the events of the last few months which saw a game of change the CEO …

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The Times:

There were rumblings of discontent among institutional shareholders when Andy Rubin became chief executive of the sportswear business Pentland in 1998. The uneasiness was not so much about his age — Rubin was only 33 at the time — as his family connections. He was taking over the top job from his  …

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Nikkei Asian Review:

Thailand’s Charoen Pokphand Group would not be the company it is today without its long-serving chairman, Dhanin Chearavanont. Over the course of nearly five decades, he has transformed a small seed shop founded by his father into one of Southeast Asia’s largest private corporations. His family is now ranked as Southeast Asia’s wealthiest.Though he rarely grants interviews, the 77-year-old chairman recently opened up to the Nikkei Asian Review about himself and the sprawling “CP empire.” In this 30-part series, Dhanin recounts the history of both a man and a business, from their humble beginnings …

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