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InBev and Anheuser-Busch

GLOBAL: InBev wins Anheuser-Busch's arm

InBev has lined up the acquisition of Anheuser-Busch, after the brewer raised its offer for the US company.

Modelo's role in Anheuser-Busch InBev

MEXICO: Modelo talks to Inbev following A-B victory

Grupo Modelo has confirmed that it has been in talks with Inbev, ahead of the European brewer's successful bid for Anheuser-Busch.

C&C to go up for sale?

UK: C&C sale "increasingly likely"?

A possible sale of troubled Irish drinks company C&C is growing "increasingly likely" according to a recent analyst report.

Constellation's Hardys' additions

UK: Hardys unveils new wines, new look

Hardys is unveiling two new wines and a new look for its brand.

The Coca-Cola Co. and the Olympics

US: Coke unveils Olympic ad spots

The Coca-Cola Co. is to launch advertising in the US around its position as one of the sponsors of the Olympic Games, which are due to open in less than a month, in Beijing.

Future Brands' exec re-jig

US: Future Brands makes management changes

Future Brands, the US sales and distribution operation for Beam Global Spirits & Wine and the Absolut Spirits Company, has unveiled several changes to its management structure and leadership team.

MillerCoors names new home city

US: MillerCoors selects Chicago to house head office

MillerCoors has picked Chicago as the location for its headquarters, with the city pipping Dallas to house the joint venture.

Red Bull back in French firing line

FRANCE: Health Minister calls for Red Bull boycott

The French Health Minister has advised parents to boycott Red Bull.

Coca-Cola Co. Q2 results

US: Coke earnings fall, but result ahead of expectations

The Coca-Cola Company has reported a fall in second quarter earnings, as the company took a hit on a non-cash impairment charge at bottler Coca-Cola Enterprises. Despite the fall, the result was still ahead of many analysts expectations.

Coca-Cola Enterprises Q2 results

US: Coca-Cola Enterprises hit by charges and weak US economy

Coca-Cola Enterprises today (17 July) reported a second-quarter net loss of US$3.2bn, as the company took a hit from a non-cash pre-tax impairment charge of US$5.3bn.


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