Tod’s CEO Diego Della Valle plans for the future | FT

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The founder and CEO of Tod’s tells FT editor Roula Khalaf at the Business of Luxury Summit that he would only ever consider a sale of the Italian luxury goods maker to LVMH. While preparing for succession, he says business must do much more to support Mario Draghi’s reforms and that business people nowadays have to ‘do a lot of things for other people’. Read more at https://on.ft.com/3oss0NL

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