Being born into a corporate empire certainly has its perks for Abigail Johnson, Jay Y. Lee, Delphine Arnault, A.G. Sulzberger, Donald Trump Jr. and Lachlan Murdoch. Photos: @eho.capital/Instagram, EPA-EFE, AFP, SCMP, AP, TNS
Being born into a corporate empire certainly has its perks for Abigail Johnson, Jay Y. Lee, Delphine Arnault, A.G. Sulzberger, Donald Trump Jr. and Lachlan Murdoch. Photos: @eho.capital/Instagram, EPA-EFE, AFP, SCMP, AP, TNS

12 big business ‘nepotism babies’ born into privilege: from Samsung Electronics chair Jay Y. Lee and FedEx heir Richard Smith, to Donald Trump’s sons Donald Jr. and Eric and LVMH’s Delphine Arnault

  • Some of the world’s biggest corporations are family-run, like media tycoon News Corp founder Rupert Murdoch’s son Lachlan working on Fox News, the New York Post and The Wall Street Journal
  • Ralph Lauren’s son David, who’s married to George H.W. Bush’s granddaughter Lauren, is the eponymous brand’s vice-chairman, while Shari Redstone now chairs Paramount Global behind MTV and CBS

Being born into a corporate empire certainly has its perks for Abigail Johnson, Jay Y. Lee, Delphine Arnault, A.G. Sulzberger, Donald Trump Jr. and Lachlan Murdoch. Photos: @eho.capital/Instagram, EPA-EFE, AFP, SCMP, AP, TNS
Being born into a corporate empire certainly has its perks for Abigail Johnson, Jay Y. Lee, Delphine Arnault, A.G. Sulzberger, Donald Trump Jr. and Lachlan Murdoch. Photos: @eho.capital/Instagram, EPA-EFE, AFP, SCMP, AP, TNS
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