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The week in spirits and wine
Treasury Wine Estates has pulled out of negotiations with both of its potential takeover partners.
It's an awkward moment in any relationship, bringing the object of your affections home for the first time.
Diageo's Johnnie Walker brand was one of the main losers last year as global Travel Retail trends reversed in Asia-Pacific and volumes fell.
This month, Ben Cooper considers the need for healthy competition among drinks companies when it comes to driving industry-wide sustainability.
Why have lower-alcohol wine brands struggled to establish themselves? And, what regions offer the biggest potential for growth for the segment?
Thirteen leading drinks companies – including Diageo and Anheuser-Busch InBev – have launched a new set of social media guidelines aiming to stop content reaching children.
Constellation Brands has seen half-year and quarterly profits slump on a reported basis, on the closure of its US beer business purchase last year.
- Cannabis – A clear and present danger to alcohol
- Is Irish whiskey ready to recognise its potential?
- Interview - Bernstein analyst Trevor Stirling
- Global Travel Retail - What is the Grey Market?
- The European beer market - Focus
- Diageo appoints first programmatic marketing head
- Corporate Relations Director to leave Diageo
- Bacardi names new global communications head
- Diageo strike threat postponed with fresh vote
- Pernod Ricard pairs Usain Bolt with Mumm Champagne