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SABMiller Investing $300 Million in Peruvian Brewery
SABMiller Plc, the world's second-biggest brewer by volume, is investing $300 million in Peru to meet surging beer demand in Latin America's fastest-growing economy, according to the London-based company's local unit.
Ten things you need to consider before staging a with-profits great escape
Endowment policies and with-profits investments have proved to be a major disappointment to many savers in recent years. While some with-profits policies have done well, the industry has been dogged by mis-selling and poor performing investments that ...
Molson Coors sales miss on weaker Canada
BR) and SABMiller Plc (SAB.L), Molson's business is concentrated in Canada, Britain and the United States, so weakness in one of those markets can cause worry.
Molson Coors Profit Falls On StarBev Charge; Names Gavin Hattersley CFO  RTT News
Tesco Bank shuts 5% bonds early, after income-hungry investors rush to buy
High demand from income-hungry investors for Tesco Bank's latest 5 per-cent corporate bonds will see the issue close two days early on Monday morning.
Thomas Cook shares crash as it reveals �328m loss and bemoans 'adverse publicity'
Shares in troubled Thomas Cook have tumbled again after it revealed losses deepened dramatically over the winter. The figures emerged as the holiday firm admitted it suffered from negative headlines after its near collapse at the end of last year, when ...
Rivals Strike $11.8 Billion Merger
Last week, ABB completed the acquisition of Thomas & Betts Corp., a U.S.-based maker of electrical connectors, for $3.9 billion.
Norway's Statoil Signs Arctic Deal With Russia's Rosneft
Another Western player, BP BP 0.27 % PLC, is also interested in participating in Arctic projects in Russia. The company may only invest in Russia through TNK-BP, its 50-50 joint venture with a group of local billionaires, in order to avoid violating a ...
Oprah Struggles to Build Her Network
"Obviously rating expectations fell well short of what they estimated," said Andrew Donchin, director of media investments at Carat North America, an ad buying agency owned by Aegis Group PLC. "In many ways they can't be blamed for this, as practically ...
Europe Weighs Exit Scenario
Friday also brought confirmations of a report that De La Rue PLC—a U.K.-based company that is one of a handful that prints bank notes of different currencies—is making preparations to print an alternative Greek currency in the event that the country ...
Growing eurozone crisis threatens to shatter Britain's stock market and crush ...
The growing eurozone crisis threatens to shatter Britain's stock market and crush hopes for an economic recovery. With fears mounting that Greece was set to leave the euro and that the crisis was spreading to Spain, shares had already slumped in value.