More on Heineken: Global Changes
FILED APRIL 1, 2015 In an effort "to accelerate the delivery of its global strategy" Heineken has announced significant changes to "its operating model and ways of working." The new structure is being characterized as "leaner," "flatter" and "streamlined." Read More
Dolf to Leave Heineken USA
FILED MARCH 31, 2015 It is with personal regret that I report that after six years, Dolf van den Brink is leaving Heineken USA this summer. Dolf came to Heineken USA at an incredibly challenging time, as the economy tanked -- especially for the low income multi-cultural consumer which is Heineken's bailiwick -- which created tough trends for the company. Read More
February Tax Paids Down More than 7%
FILED MARCH 27, 2015 Beer Institute reported February's domestic tax paids at 12,450,000 barrels -- down 7.1%, bringing the YTD tax paids total to -6.9%... Read More
Do Ads Sell Beer?
FILED MARCH 26, 2015 From 1971 to 2011, alcohol advertising in the U.S. increased more than 400% -- but its effect on per-capita consumption was little to none. Read More
3-G Strikes Again
FILED MARCH 25, 2015 The billionaire owners of 3G Capital (also largest shareholders of ABI) are "in advanced talks" to acquire Kraft Foods Group Inc., per Wall Street Journal report, citing unnamed sources familiar with the matter. Read More
Teamsters Endorse Fair BEER Act
FILED MARCH 24, 2015 On Friday, the Teamsters wrote Congress with an ask to support the Beer Institute's Fair BEER Act tax bill. Read More
No Branches in Kentucky
FILED MARCH 23, 2015 On Friday Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear made good on his promise to sign HB 168, preventing A-B from having a stake in distributorships. Read More
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