This paper investigates exploratory behavior among wine consumers in Poland where the country's wine culture is in a state of rapid change.
Preston “Press” McLean (name disguised at his request) was a successful serial entrepreneur who created an investor group in 2006 to take over a troubled premium winery in Sonoma County.
This exploratory study analyses voluntary disclosures of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) by the largest emitters in the US utilities sector.
The role of homophily in CEO appointments at the largest corporations is an important subject in corporate governance.
The objective of this article is to investigate the process of motivational needs influencing the intent of potential future social entrepreneurs. California, Bay Area business students were admini
This exploratory study provides an insight into the concept of philanthropy and how it is applied in the context of wineries.
It is not unusual to hear a sports fan or announcer say something like, “The window for this team is closing.” But what exactly does this expression mean?
The purpose of this paper is to investigate philanthropic practices in the US wine industry, as prior research on charitable giving by wine industry participants is limited.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of strategic orientations and managerial characteristics on the performance of wine businesses in the US wine industry.
Protected areas are designed to conserve ecosystems and their services, but the restrictions they impose create the potential for unintended consequences.