Scheppler George, President and CEO of Pine Ridge Winery, LLC (the “Company”) was sitting in his office overlooking the steep vineyards of Pine Ridge Winery in Napa Valley. It was in June 2005, and he was meeting for the upcoming Board, where he was to discuss the Company’s long-term plan with its owner to prepare, had Leucadia Leucadia National Corp., a respected diversified holding company sales in 2004 of $ 2,300,000,000th The company had sales of $ 13.8 million of its 2004 … Read more »

Scheppler George, President and CEO of Pine Ridge Winery, LLC (the “Company”) was sitting in his office overlooking the steep vineyards of Pine Ridge Winery in Napa Valley. It was in June 2005, and he was meeting for the upcoming Board, where he was to discuss the Company’s long-term plan with its owner to prepare, had Leucadia Leucadia National Corp., a respected diversified holding company sales in 2004 of $ 2,300,000,000th The company had 2004 sales of $ 13.8 million from its two wineries. Pine Ridge Winery (Pine Ridge) in California and Archery Summit Winery (Archery Summit) in Oregon
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Lauren Barley,
Joseph B. Lassiter
Source: Harvard Business School
24 pages.
Publication Date: Nov 23,, 2005. Prod #: 806060-HCB-ENG
Pine Ridge Winery, LLC (A) HBR case solution

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