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The third part of this month's management briefing, in which Euromonitor considers the year ahead for the global drinks industry, sees Jeremy Cunnington and Spiros Malandrakis look at the spirits category in 2014.
The tough times at Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) appear to be getting tougher.
Alex Ricard, Pernod Ricard's CEO-in-waiting, told a neat little story during the group's innovation day in Paris yesterday (28 January).
Maybe I'm just being paranoid, but something about Beam Inc's tie-up with actor Mila Kunis sits a little uncomfortably with me.
Diageo has provided some more detail behind its plans to make substantial savings going forward, but declined to detail any possible job losses.
In the penultimate part of this month's preview of the year ahead for the global drinks industry, Euromonitor turns its attention to the wine category.
Constellation Brands' appetite for beer, since taking full control of the Crown Imports JV last year, looks to be growing.
What end of the M&A stick is Stock Spirits holding? Will we see the company making buys this year, or will it be bought itself?
Just before January is out, Ian Buxton is here for his first comment piece of 2014, and he's keen to consider what the fist big M&A transacion of the year will mean in the Scotch whisky industry.
Last month, the chairman and former CEO of SABMiller, Graham Mackay, passed away. Ahead of a memorial service in London later this week, Larry Nelson looks back at an extraordinary career.
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