$$ Huge dividend boost = The Sure sign of a good time!!!
* which CRAFT brew CO. are they going to pick off next? LOL
$$ For 2014, the company’s adjusted earnings came in at $5.43 per share, up 10.6% from 2013 and ahead of the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $5.26. Revenues for the year grew 5.9% organically to $47,063 million. The company’s top line also beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $46,849 million.
* raised buyback / dividend too...
Did BUD acquire the corona brands or did the fed block it. (Or is it still pending)
Not sure why but I'm reading a load of contradicting reports. Some say they are going to sell off assets to increase competition, others show it was blocked, obviously the website shows it's their brand. SO CONFUSED
Flexing their muscles with Elysian Brewing, showing they can buy any craft brewer, any time they want.
Anheuser-Busch's buying up the beer competition like Microsoft does to small software companies. Commercial borg-like assimilation of Eysian in Seattle WA and Ten Barrel Beer company in Boise ID. Who is next?
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Firm Approaches American Apparel With Takeover Offer (Dec. 18)
Charney Officially Terminated as American Apparel CEO (Dec. 16)
Lion Capital’s request follows a preliminary takeover proposal from private-equity firm Irving Place Capital that valued the retailer at $1.30 to $1.40 a share, or as much as $245 million. The company has hired investment bank Moelis & Co. to advise it, a person familiar with the situation said.
Any cash dividends paid to ADR holders on behalf of Anheuser-Busch InBev will be paid in U.S. dollars and are generally taxable, just like dividends on U.S. shares. Further, cash dividends paid by Anheuser-Busch InBev are subject to 25% withholding tax under Belgian law.
Under the income tax conventions between the United States & Belgium and Canada & Belgium, United States and Canadian residents are eligible for reduced Belgian withholding tax (for most people, at a rate of 15% rather than the standard 25%).
This looks really nice on the company's Facebook investors page, I see Hospitals for Children are buying and also charter schools.
Owning 10,000 shares of a big board stock won't make an investor rich. The big boys get rich by owning several million shares of a small cap stock and when the stock strikes out-that's over night riches.
Sentiment: Strong Buy