Business battles: family feuds that changed Indian industry

By: Majumdar, Shyamal
Publisher: New Delhi Business Standard Books 2014Description: ix, 175 p.ISBN: 9789380740164Subject(s): India - Industries | Family-owned business enterprises - Succession | Family-owned business enterprises - ManagementDDC classification: 658.045 Summary: Family feuds do not just tear businesses apart, they shape them. Breakaway siblings, children and nephews and nieces – when they walk out of the family – spawn new companies and build new empires. But what is it that drives families apart? Why, if blood is thicker than water, does it not cement the cracks before family ties are breached? Business Battles chronicles 10 big family feuds in Indian business. Written with journalistic insight and objectivity, the book offers invaluable lessons in the history of Indian family businesses, far beyond that contained within the four walls of a classroom. (http://books.business-standard.com/)
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Family feuds do not just tear businesses apart, they shape them. Breakaway siblings, children and nephews and nieces – when they walk out of the family – spawn new companies and build new empires. But what is it that drives families apart? Why, if blood is thicker than water, does it not cement the cracks before family ties are breached? Business Battles chronicles 10 big family feuds in Indian business. Written with journalistic insight and objectivity, the book offers invaluable lessons in the history of Indian family businesses, far beyond that contained within the four walls of a classroom. (http://books.business-standard.com/)

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