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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.
French Connection in two minutes
Stephen Marks, French Connection's (FCCN) chairman and chief executive, has just experienced the most difficult winter season in all his years in business.
Savvy Savers are earning 8.4%*, despite continued volatility in the markets
With savings rates still at all-time lows and continued instability in the global stock markets, savers and investors are moving to alternative forms of investment to get the returns they need.
India to Seek $7 Billion in Taxes for Past Deals
Other deals that likely would come under the retroactive-tax law include London-based SABMiller PLC's purchase of Foster's Group Ltd.
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
Boko Haram Attacks Hurt Nigerian Breweries Sales, CEO Says
SABMiller Plc, the world's second-largest brewer by volume, is building a $100 million plant in Onitsha, in south-eastern Nigeria.
UPDATE 2-Russian beer tax hits Carlsberg profits
While some rivals such as SABMiller Plc have seen the Americas region offset a slow Europe, Carlsberg is heavily exposed to Eastern Europe and Russia, where growth has stalled.
Irish whiskey “fight back” starts now
The head of the Irish government has declared that the Irish whiskey “fight back” starts now with the launch of the expansion of Irish Distillers Midleton plant in Cork.
Accor sells North American motels chains to Blackstone
by Paul Whitfield | Published May 22, 2012 at 8:43 AM AccorSA_227x128.jpg French hotel operator Accor SA said Tuesday, May 22, that it had agreed to sell North American budget chains, Motel 6 and Studio 6, to Blackstone Group LP, for $1.9 billion ...
EPL debates man of the match Champagne
The English Premier League is thinking of changing their man of the match prize of champagne to acknowledge the multi-faith diversity of top-flight players.