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June 1, 2002

Kikkoman: Company, Clan and Community, by W Mark Fruin
Harvard University Press; ISBN 0-674-50340-6; US$35

Barbara Murray is the Editor of Families in Business magazine.

Kikkoman: Company, Clan and Community, by W Mark Fruin
Harvard University Press;

Kikkoman: Company, Clan and Community is a meticulously documented, highly extensive analysis of the history of a family business and its relationship to the community. It is also a very readable story about some people and personalities who owned and worked with the firm over its long history.

June 1, 2002

In Margaret Forster’s book, Rich Desserts and Captain’s Thin, she raises the issue of the effect of religion on a family business. Did spiritual values account for the smooth successions at Carr’s of Carlisle through four generations and the staunch loyalty of its workforce?

Howard Muson former Editor of Family Business magazine in the USA, writes about management issues and specialises in corporate histories. He is also affiliated with Lansberg Gersick & Associates, consultants to family businesses.

In Margaret Forster's book, Rich Desserts and Captain's Thin, she raises the issue of the effect of religion on a family business. Did spiritual values account for the smooth successions at Carr's of Carlisle through four generations and the staunch loyalty of its workforce?

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