Molson Coors

Workers had previously voted by 97% in favour of a strike at the Burton-on-Trent brewery

Unite claims victory in Molson Coors dispute

By Rod Addy

Strike action has been averted at Molson Coors' Burton-on-Trent brewery in an eleventh hour pay deal, with union Unite claiming victory for spearheading the campaign.

The iconic Molson brewery in Montreal (Picture Copyright: Molson Coors)

miller coors jv partners will both 'vigorously' contest action

Molson Coors sues SAB Miller for move to kill Canada licensing deal

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Molson Coors has launched legal action against SAB Miller in response to the UK company's move to terminate a licensing agreement granting the US-Canada brewer rights to license SAB products in the country, with the latter blaming low volume sales.

Molson Coors brand Molson Canadian has been hit by the NHL lockout in the country (Picture Copyright: Molson Coors)

Molson Coors shies away from major M&A in short term

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Molson Coors does not contemplate making any major acquisitions in the short term but says it may examine small portfolio ‘in fills’ if the right transactions present themselves.

Film star Molson Coors rips up cardboard packaging script

Film star Molson Coors rips up cardboard packaging script

By Ben Bouckley

Molson Coors claims that a multi-million investment in film will reduce the weight of its secondary packaging for UK beer Carling by sixty-three per cent, and told BeverageDaily.com it plans to extend use to Coors Light.

Molson Coors claims that 79 per cent of UK women never or rarely drink beer

Molson Coors targets women with new beer

By Helen Glaberson

Molson Coors’ new beer could be tapping into a £396m opportunity in the UK if it can achieve its aim of getting more women to buy into the category, said the brewer.

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