Last month, the chairman and former CEO of SABMiller, Graham Mackay, passed away. Ahead of a memorial service in London later this week, Lar...
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Today (26 September) is Arthur's Day, an annual celebration of the founder of Diageo's Irish stout brand, Guinness....
Late last year, Olly Wehring visited New York with Diageo, and sat down with the company's head of Africa, Nick Blazquez, for an hour. Earlier today (10 January), Diageo completed its purchase of Meta Abo in Ethiopia. Put the two together, and welcome to part one of the first Wehring interview of 2012.
Late last month, Diageo and Heineken officially opened a new brewery in South Africa. Among those attending the opening ceremony were Nick Blazquez, head of Diageo Africa, and Tom de Man, president of Africa and Middle East for Heineken. In a just-drinks African special this month, we have two interviews – the first of which sees Michelle Russell sit down with Blazquez.
Diageo has upped its links with horse racing's annual Grand National Festival by becoming an "official" sponsor.
A long-standing Diageo executive is to exit the company 27 years after he joined its Guinness subsidiary.
Diageo is this week launching a new UK TV ad for its Guinness brand as part of its 'Made of More' campaign.
Diageo-controlled Desnoes and Geddes (D&G) has sold its minority holdings in two Caribbean breweries to Heineken for US$9.26m.
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