March 31, 1999 Mondavi Cuts Workforce, Begins Renovation of Napa Winery CEO says changes are necessary to keep public company competitive The Napa Valley-based Robert Mondavi wine group will cut 4 percent of its workforce, or 36 jobs, in a move that company president and CEO Michael Mondavi said was necessary to reduce costs and keep the publicly traded wine company competitive.
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