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13 Facts About Agnelli family
The Agnelli family is known for managing, since 1923, and being majority investors of the connational Serie A football club Juventus FC since the club's conversion to a limited private company in 1949, as well as being the first shareholders of Sisport.
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Agnelli family had seven children, Clara, Gianni, Susanna, Maria Sole Agnelli, Cristiana, Giorgio Agnelli and Umberto.
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Agnelli family "died at the age of 81, after a prolonged battle with prostate cancer".
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Gianni Agnelli family was considered to be the most prominent spokesperson representing the Italian economic elites.
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Agnelli family was the second son of Virginia Agnelli and of the industrialist Edoardo Agnelli.
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Umberto Agnelli was chairman of IFIL Group, the family investment company.
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Agnelli family had three children John, Lapo and Ginevra who inherited the largest shares of the Agnelli fortune.
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Agnelli family was chosen as heir to the family empire in 1997 by his grandfather Gianni Agnelli who died in 2003.
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Agnelli family is the oldest son of Alain Elkann and Margherita Agnelli de Pahlen.
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Agnelli family divided up Gianni Agnelli's personal assets with her daughter, Margherita Agnelli de Pahlen.
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