First case in a series of six cases that follow the experience of a cable television company as it adapts to the rapid rise and sudden fall of the stock market in the late 1980s. In this case, Don Jones, the company’s founder and owner, sees the rise of public cable television company values ​​as an opportunity to consolidate a certain amount of personal wealth. Jones concludes by examining a range of harvest strategies.

First case in a series of six cases that follow the experience of a cable television company as it adapts to the rapid rise and sudden fall of the stock market in the late 1980s. In this case, Don Jones, the company’s founder and owner, sees the rise of public cable television company values ​​as an opportunity to consolidate a certain amount of personal wealth. Jones concludes by examining a range of harvest strategies.
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William A. Sahlman,
Burton C. Hurlock
Source: Harvard Business School
13 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 17, 1992. Prod #: 293036-PDF-ENG
Star Cablevision Group (A): Harvesting in a bull market HBR case solution

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