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Earlier this week, Treasury Wine Estates released its results for the first six months of fiscal-2017. Following the announcement, just-drinks spoke to CEO Michael Clarke and, in this, the second part of our interview, we discuss the performances of TWE's regions and ask Clarke what he has brought to the group since he joined, three years ago.
Earlier today, Treasury Wine Estates reported another strong set of figures, with half-year sales jumping by almost a quarter and net profits more-than-doubling. Following the release of the results, just-drinks spoke to CEO Michael Clarke about the numbers, and how he has managed to turn around a company that less than three years ago took an impairment charge of almost US$250m.
Wine supplier Australian Vintage has blamed Brexit currency headwinds for a sharp drop in first-half net profits.
Cott Corp has said its wider portfolio will give it a strong platform for the future after acquisitions last year widened net losses but boosted sales.
The founder of Boston Beer Co has said the company's beers will emerge from a craft beer shakeout among the strongest in the category.
The Boston Beer Co has blamed a "wave of new beers" for a disappointing full-year performance in which depletions dropped 5%.
Coca-Cola Amatil has reported a slight lift in full-year sales, although a one-off impairment charge pulled on the bottom line in 2016.
Asahi Group's alcohol and soft drinks units drove up sales and profits last year to deliver a strong performance for the Japanese conglomerate.
Jim Cramer, the excitable host of stock-picker programme Mad Money on CNBC, turned his attention on US brewers last week, attempting to forecast which has the most potential for investors.
Does Pernod Ricard have something to hide? In a press conference after the release of full-year results today, only a quarter of the 100 minutes were given over to questions from journalists.
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