You are either very confused or simply trying to stir up shiat. I smell poop.
Reply to The Big Beer Picture by blackoutbuzz •Sep 21, 2014 7:55 PM
neutzling • Nov 20, 2014 10:25 AM Flag
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DEO will never sell Guinness, for cultural reasons. The English love to own what's important to the Irish. If the English could own the Catholic church, they would.
Looks like they missed the boat on Pabst. It went for pennies on the dollar to some Russian investment company. Let's hope they don't let Guinness slip away, too. Often these great beer brands only get sold once in a generation.
$$ "Global Budweiser grew by 2.8%, driven by double-digit growth in China and a strong result in Brazil,
where based on our estimates, the brand expanded its position as the country's largest international premium brand, and for the first time, became the largest brand in our portfolio of domestic and international premium brands"...
Sell the news???
Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's largest beer maker, reported a lower than expected increase of earnings in the third quarter as U.S. wholesalers cut inventories and Brazil was stagnant after the soccer World Cup.
The maker of Budweiser, Stella Artois and Corona said on Friday that overall beer volumes fell by 2.7 percent in the July-Sept period, with declines in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
AB InBev reported a 1.3 percent like-for-like rise in third-quarter earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) to $4.75 billion. The average forecast of a Reuters poll of nine analysts was $5.00 billion.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
C&B currently operates in Florida and distributes to Publix, Walt Disney World, Walgreens, and Winn Dixie. The company supplies the region from two distribution facilities located in Orlando and Miami, FL. C&B has been proudly recognized for always exceeding industry standards and providing exceptional service.
a lesson needs to be taught to the NFL and all its players. Lesson is the people are the ones in control. a 50% drop in market is just what is needed here not words for the NFL. Short this until they pull ads so that they all get the picture.
Class act. telling the NFL "were concerned" (about AP) I know its all about money. Its about time a company stepped it up. Great job
someone know where the press release is. i heard it on the radio