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Diageo is to use the proceeds from the Burger King sale for a share buy-back. By ridding itself of its hamburger business, Diageo has completed its restructuring and is now exclusively an alcoholic drinks company. Using the proceeds from the sale to buy back shares rather than for acquisitions makes sense, as other opportunities already exist within the company.


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