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Diageo Bets on Fast Growing Emerging Markets, Cautious on Trends
Diageo Plc is expanding into fast-growing emerging markets with a cautious view on the consumer and economic trends in 2012, but the first half results of 2012 have positioned it well and demonstrated that group has brands, the routes to market and the ...
IBM, Diageo Lead $27 Billion of US Corporate Bond Sales
May 11 (Bloomberg) -- Diageo Plc, the world's biggest distiller, and computer-services provider International Business Machines Corp.
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Diageo to Buy Brazilian Cachaca Ypioca Brand for $453 Million
May 28 (Bloomberg) -- Diageo Plc, the maker of Smirnoff vodka and Johnnie Walker Scotch whisky, said it will pay 900 million reais ($453 million) in cash for Brazilian cachaca brand Ypioca as it expands in faster-growing emerging markets.
Diageo Announces Leadership Change In Canada
"Debra has created an impressive legacy at Diageo and I greatly appreciate her contributions. I know she will be successful in her future endeavors and wish her only the best.
Is it time for investors to look to Burma?
"Burma is open for business once more" has been the cry that has gone up from many on hearing the news that EU sanctions are to be suspended on the military-dominated state.
Diageo Third-Quarter Revenue Rises on Emerging Markets
May 3 (Bloomberg) -- Diageo Plc, the world's biggest distiller, reported third-quarter sales growth, as sales in emerging markets and higher-priced spirits in the U.S.
Risk and reward: The world's most dangerous business locations
Convenience is not a priority when it comes to commodities. Drilling and exploration often takes place in war-torn, risky environments and none more so than Somalia.
Aviva chief resigns after shareholder uprising
Last week's rejection of the planned pay packet for Moss and other executives by more than half of the company's shareholders made the embattled boss's position untenable and he said on Tuesday that he has resigned with immediate effect.
Tidal turbine powers up in Orkney
A tidal turbine being tested for use in the world's first tidal turbine array in Islay on the West coast of Scotland has proved a success in hostile waters off the North of Orkney.
Behind the fund closure trend
One of the reasons investment funds are known as open-ended investment companies is that they remain constantly open to new investors and there is no limit to their size.