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March 23, 2020

The families behind a British hospitality group, a German automaker and an emirates conglomerate are doing their bit in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic by cancelling commercial rents, providing face masks and donating ambulances.

The families behind a British hospitality group, a German automaker and an emirates conglomerate are doing their bit in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic by cancelling commercial rents, providing face masks and donating ambulances.

Fuller, Smith and Turner, the UK’s 174-year-old family-controlled pub and hotel business temporarily closed its entire managed pubs and hotels estate from today until further notice. There have been 5,683 cases and 281 deaths in the UK from COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.

March 15, 2020

Global family businesses are stepping up to the challenge of the deadly coronavirus pandemic by safeguarding staff, adapting production lines and pledging millions of dollars to the medical relief effort.

Global family businesses are stepping up to the challenge of the deadly coronavirus pandemic by safeguarding staff, adapting production lines and pledging millions of dollars to the medical relief effort.

Lord Bamford (pictured), the second-generation chairman of JCB, said his $5 billion manufacturing family business had been approached by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to see if it can help with the production of ventilators. The machines help the breathing of patients whose lungs have been damaged by COVID-19.

May 15, 2015

DMCI secures Philippine Skyway Stage 3 contact; JCB donates diggers to Nepal relief effort; and Todd Corporation digs deep to acquire Pilbara mine

DMCI secures Philippine Skyway Stage 3 contact

Philippine infrastructure conglomerate DCMI, owned by the Consunji family, has agreed to build part of the Metro Manila Skyway after being awarded a 32-month contract.

In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, DMCI Holdings announced it would build sections one and two of the extension part of the project, which will provide the finishing touches on the Philippines' first fully elevated highway.

July 3, 2013

Israeli shipping magnate Eyal Ofer has made quite a splash in the London art scene, announcing a huge donation to the UK's most visited gallery.

Israeli shipping magnate Eyal Ofer has made a splash in the London art scene, announcing a huge donation to the UK's most visited gallery.

Through the Eyal Ofer Family Foundation, Ofer – who with his younger brother Idan controls the Herzliya-based Ofer Brothers Group – donated £10 million (€11.8 million) towards the extension of the Tate Modern.

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