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Foster's Group has called its top 100 executives from around the world to a meeting in Melbourne, according to press reports. The Australian Financial Review (AFR) has said that the company's chief executive, Tony O'Hoy, has ordered the executives to a two-day strategy meeting to discuss his "one company" approach to increase profits. The AFR did not quote sources in its story.

The newspaper said that O'Hoy wants to create greater unity between the beer, wine and spirits businesses as the company moves to improve the profitability of its Beringer Blass wine business following a major restructuring.

The AFR added that O'Hoy has already moved by creating a new structure emphasising shared services between Beringer and the Carlton & United Beverages beer and spirits division.


Sectors: Beer & cider, Wine

Companies: Foster’s Group Ltd

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