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In this week’s FB Roundup, Samsung names billionaire family member Jay Y. Lee as executive chairman; Purplebricks founder Michael Bruce sees property portal Boomin go bust and Daniel Kretinsky is cleared to increase his stake in Royal Mail.

In this week’s FB Roundup, Samsung names billionaire family member Jay Y. Lee as executive chairman; Purplebricks founder Michael Bruce sees property portal Boomin go bust and Daniel Kretinsky is cleared to increase his stake in Royal Mail.

As US climate envoy John Kerry claims the new King’s presence at the UN climate summit in Egypt “Would make a difference”, should the lifelong environmentalist and head of one of the world’s foremost families be free to speak his mind?

As US climate envoy John Kerry claims the new King’s presence at the UN climate summit in Egypt “Would make a difference”, should the lifelong environmentalist and head of one of the world’s foremost families be free to speak his mind? 

Helping the next generation learn leadership skills is possible in a virtual world. But it’s harder and we need to work harder at it, says Mark Essex.

Helping the next generation learn leadership skills is possible in a virtual world. But it’s harder and we need to work harder at it, says Mark Essex.

Minimising the negative societal consequences of an investment is no longer just a ‘Nice to have’. Investors today are increasingly prioritising positive and measurable environmental, governance or social outcomes alongside financial gains, says Russell Investments’ Samantha Steele.

Minimising the negative societal consequences of an investment is no longer just a ‘Nice to have’. Investors today are increasingly prioritising positive and measurable environmental, governance or social outcomes alongside financial gains, says Russell Investments’ Samantha Steele.

In this week’s FB Roundup, tributes are paid to billionaire Red Bull co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz; Bernard Arnault sells his private jet to avoid climate activists tracking him; and Sir Richard Branson is invited to take part in a Singapore death penalty debate.

In this week’s FB Roundup, tributes are paid to billionaire Red Bull co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz; Bernard Arnault sells his private jet to avoid climate activists tracking him; and Sir Richard Branson is invited to take part in a Singapore death penalty debate.

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