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a corporation that is entirely owned by the members of a single family

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Comment: Members of the Nordstrom family company including co-presidents Blake W.
Mr Georgevic added: "We are a family company and our success, since my grandfather founded the business, has been built on a philosophy of making the customer our one and only focus.
What do private and family company CEOs expect from their boards, and how can the board help a CEO lead his or her company most effectively?
A field agronomist with Rogers Family Company, Augustin Nambajende, said the company intends to grow one million new coffee trees in Rwanda.
Hinds, said: "As a fifth generation family company, the way we do business is important to us.
Every family company should consider this aspect because the right answer can only be found by analysing the particular circumstances of the business concerned.
4 billion from the Algosaibi Family Company, according to filings by the lenders to the country's Committee for the Settlement of Banking Disputes.
Travel Business Review-November 30, 2010--Rogers Family Company Announces New Website(C)2010] ENPublishing - http://www.
The family company was set up by Devinder 'Bunty' Malhotra in 1993 and also owns pubs, restaurants and hotels.
North East family company Dickson's has sold its special Christmas stuffing for decades, with expert Graham Wright, pictured, presiding over the production for 26 years.
Mr Brandt added: "We are a family company in that all employees and their families are part of the equation and we welcome the families of Monterey to our team.
Managerial capabilities generated in a family company have a certain impact on the performance of the company-performance in the context of a family company being understood as the joint performance of the company and the family (Sharma, 2004), the achievement of both at the same time being important.
Formed as a small family company in 1919, Cidreries du Calvados La Fermiere is now a part of Agrial, the largest agricultural cooperative in north-west France.
a Dolgin Family company that is the management arm of the family's real estate brokerage, investment and management firm.
After all, Carulla is no longer a family company and must answer to many owners now that the company is listed on the Colombian and U.