Many family businesses have a history of outperforming other types of companies, according to research. The new issue of Shares looks at the evidence and discusses a variety of stocks and funds relevant to this topic. On the news front, learn why shares in Domino’s Pizza have fallen 10% in a week. You can also discover why one analyst believes a certain small cap investment company may not be trading on a cheap valuation for very long. Elsewhere, the digital magazine looks at housebuilder Berkeley and explains why a well-known toy company might remain on the stock market despite receiving a takeover offer. You can also discover why investment platforms list different versions of the same fund. Finally, don’t miss this week’s Under The Bonnet column which focuses on a little known franchise business with lots of repeat revenue.