The Samsung family in South Korea will also donate billions of dollars’ worth of art, including Picasso and Monet.
Mr. Puig was instrumental in expanding his family’s company internationally and in acquiring famed brands.
He learned the craft from his father and continued to make his instruments by hand. Laubin oboes are cherished for their dark and rich tone.
Rajiv Nath’s family-run Hindustan Syringes bets it can help meet the pandemic need for billions of barrels and needles.
An inspector general’s report provided new details of how ethics lawyers at the Transportation Department raised flags starting in 2017 about efforts to promote her family and its shipping business.
Peter Panayiotou was lost without his father, but the remarkable gesture of a stranger helped him heal.
Prosecutors have recently interviewed employees of President Trump’s lender and insurance brokerage, in the latest indication that he still faces the potential threat of criminal charges once he leaves office.
A mochi seller in Kyoto, and many of Japan’s other centuries-old businesses, have endured by putting tradition and stability over profit and growth.
The president-elect is considering tax changes that could affect stock sales, selling a family business and leaving money to heirs. But we still don’t know how much he’ll be able to do.
Wright Thompson’s “Pappyland” goes deep into Kentucky’s bourbon culture through a history of one of its prominent producer families.
Lee Sims in Jersey City made it through the shutdown thanks to ingenuity and customer loyalty. It’s back just in time for the busiest season.
From a Staten Island bakery to a boiler factory in Queens, these mom and pops, all over 100 years old, having staying power.
‘Point a finger on a map, people are moving there.’
Those trays that macarons come in? Plaxall makes them. But since the pandemic, it has pivoted to medical face shields. It’s not the first time the family business has done its patriotic duty.
The world’s largest vaccine producer, the Serum Institute, announced a plan to make hundreds of millions of doses of an unproven inoculation. It’s a gamble with a huge upside. And huge risks.
A department store, a barbecue restaurant, a hotel — all had survived some of the biggest trials in history. Their owners are mourning the loss of a legacy.
A Brooklyn winemaker travels north to Bristol Bay each summer to net the red salmon that support his family. This year he’s faced with a tough ethical and economic choice.
Businesses ranging from national chain stores to neighborhood pizza shops have been damaged in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Stunned store owners were still assessing their losses.
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She and her husband, Chip, the co-stars of “Fixer Upper,” have married Texas tradition with modern taste to create a wildly popular brand.
A small Buffalo manufacturer has had to trim its staff and spending. But its fourth-generation owner says: “We will take care of everybody.”
The broader struggle for women’s equality may be lagging in Egypt, but six women dominate the field of lion taming in the country.