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**Alert** Oasis, TSG Buying Pabst for "Somewhat Less" than $1 Billion, Says WSJ
FILED SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 We reported on talks Friday, and now the Wall Street Journal says "people familiar with the matter" have confirmed that "Russian brewer Oasis Beverages and TSG Consumer Partners LLC are partnering to buy Pabst Brewing Co.," per WSJ.
ABI-SABMiller-Heineken: What Now?
FILED SEPTEMBER 16, 2014 We have conflicting reports about whether ABI is prepping financing for a possible bid for SABMiller; meanwhile SABMiller has approached -- and been initially spurned -- by Heineken NV.
Update: CNBC Says ABI Not Seeking Financing
FILED SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 David Faber, a deal commentator at CNBC, said on the program minutes ago that there is no financing being arranged by ABI. Earlier this morning the WSJ reported that ABI was lining up banks to finance a huge $122 billion takeover bid of SABMiller.
**Alert** WSJ: A-B Talking to Banks About $122 Deal To Buy SABMiller, per Source
FILED SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 It's a season of deal fever: The Wall Street Journal is reporting that A-B is attempting to line up financing for a potential purchase of SABMiller, though they're not in
SABMiller Makes Approach to Heineken, Gets Rebuffed
FILED SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 In a bid to ward off what many see as an inevitable bid from AB InBev, SABMiller has approached the family owners of Heineken NV about an offer, as first reported on Sunday by Bloomberg, citing people with knowledge of the situation. Such a combination would make SABMillerHeineken the largest brewer in the world by volume.

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