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(Revised from original 1999 version)
A successful entrepreneur is considering his need for growth financing and his desire to achieve some personal liquidity. He has arguably the most successful sportfishing boat made, but sees the need both to grow further and to reduce his personal exposure to a cyclical business.
Stevenson, Howard H., Michael J. Roberts, and Matthew C. Lieb. "Davis Boatworks." Harvard Business School Case 899-248, February 2001. (Revised from original April 1999 version.)