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15:04

Opinion

Family squabbles

A. J. Lynn

Although family businesses are allegedly the most resilient when push comes to shove, once they do start falling apart it is usually terminal. And the worst aspect is that it is not only the business itself that suffers irredeemably, but personal ... and family relationships too. The wine industry sees more problems of this type than other businesses, but this is possibly because it gets more column inches. The family breakup affecting a small engineering firm does not have the same impact. The ... drinks firm Henkell. In the long list of such crises in Spanish wineries, the latest saga involves one of the top names in the business, the Ribera del Duero Pesquera bodega. As usually happens, the spark that detonated the war was a matrimonial

17:36

LifeStyle

Ute Lemper: "Being a free spirit is part of my identity"

REGINA SOTORRÍO / RACHEL HAYNES

...in the world of showbusiness, the less I encountered these situations. I very quickly levelled with the man and I spoke very much my own words. I definitely experienced the authority of the male gender in the business - there was a dominance there -

18:34

National

How to start your business in Spain and expand it to other countries

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Foreign businessmen can register in Spain any of the business forms prescribed by the country’s national legislation; thus, they may operate as sole traders, partnerships or corporate bodies. However, the most common way to start a business in Spain ... expand a business on a foreign market. For example, when expanding a Spanish business as a subsidiary in Hong Kong (http://www.opencompanyhongkong.com/establish-a-subsidiary-in-hong-kong), the investors will have to select as a business form for the ... (http://www.companyformationswitzerland.com/establish-a-branch-in-switzerland/) is entitled to sign contracts in its own name. As a general rule, Spanish entrepreneurs prefer to set up their operations in foreign countries through subsidiaries or branch offices, but other business ventures can be selected. For example, the

12:43

LifeStyle

The business of saving our beaches

JENNIE RHODES

Tropical to the organisation's world map, on which a gold star is added whenever a place participates. With a background in organising large corporate events for major multinational companies in Toronto, Ann has applied business models to her strategy for

12:15

LifeStyle

Remembering a lifetime in showbiz

TONY BRYANT

...called Isaac 'Jack' Nicholls, while her grandmother was a ballet dancer in a circus. Her parents were in the amusement business, so Gloria was surrounded by the entertainment world from birth. Her aunt owned and ran the Nichollet School of Dancing in ... to retire and she has decided to continue giving talks about her life in order to raise funds for worthy causes. "I am 82 now and I thought it was time to retire, but I found that people were interested in my life in show business. I don't think

14:36

Opinion

No more Parker points

ANDREW J. LINN

...buy?' Last week Parker announced his retirement from the wine business, which is no bad thing. His ratings became the yardstick many wines were judged by, particularly French first growths, and his unreasonably influential scores managed to change the

12:05

National

Junta leader crosses the Strait

...week Moreno has met Moroccan Prime Minister Saad-Eddine El Otmani (above) in the Royal Palace in Rabat, as well as Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita and Spanish and Moroccan business owners, among others.

12:45

Opinion

Business as usual

Jennie Rhodes

...twice referred to the need for more "policemen" on the streets of England. So it seems that it's business as usual again. I can't imagine that it really occurred to any of these men that they might actually offend anyone and that the women would just ... hardly give a thought to. Perhaps the men, who felt it was OK to send the offensive image on 8 March, thought it would be fine to do so on the 9th. Thank goodness that's over for another year, they thought. Now we can go about our normal business and

17:38

Local

Marbella to set up inspection force to ensure local businesses comply with regulations

Mónica Pérez

The council is aware that the balance between the right of company owners to run their businesses and the right of local residents to get enough rest can sometimes be complicated, and it is now planning to send inspectors to ensure that ... that businesses are complying with the rules about noise and occupancy of public streets,” says the councillor for Industry, José Eduardo Díaz. The list of businesses which are to be subjected to these checks is very long and includes venues which ... the municipality of Marbella, “because we want to bring order to a sector which was ignored by the previous council, who carried out no controls or inspections whatsoever”. The plan is based on a law dating back to 1999 which regulates businesses in