Case | HBS Case Collection | March 1991 (Revised August 1994)

Berkshire Partners

by Cynthia A. Montgomery

Abstract

Berkshire Partners is a limited partnership engaged in the acquisition of companies valued between $25 million and $250 million. The purpose of the case is to examine the resources of the firm and discuss the firm's competitive advantage vis-a-vis other types of organizations.

Keywords: Working Capital; Partners and Partnerships; Competitive Advantage; Acquisition; Corporate Finance;

Citation:

Montgomery, Cynthia A. "Berkshire Partners." Harvard Business School Case 391-091, March 1991. (Revised August 1994.)