Describes the career of Mark Miller, who was a young man in his family motel business, took over active management and the company grew to the point where it’s a $ 25 million in revenue, $ 30 million equity value business . Focuses on growth purchase decision. Provides rich detail about Mark and objectives, and includes an interview with him and his wife. The business decision has to be made against the background of family and financial considerations.

Describes the career of Mark Miller, who was a young man in his family motel business, took over active management and the company grew to the point where it’s a $ 25 million in revenue, $ 30 million equity value business . Focuses on growth purchase decision. Provides rich detail about Mark and objectives, and includes an interview with him and his wife. The business decision has to be made against the background of family and financial considerations.
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Michael J. Roberts
Source: Harvard Business School
20 pages.
Release Date: 11 December 1992. Prod #: 393 082 PDF-ENG
Mark Miller (A) HBR case solution