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SABMiller Board recommends revised AB InBev offer

By Rachel Arthur

SABMiller is recommending that shareholders accept a revised takeover offer from AB InBev. Meanwhile, the ‘megabrew’ deal has received conditional clearance in China. 

Source: Keurig Green Mountain

Investor group acquires Keurig Green Mountain for $13.9 billion

By Elizabeth Crawford

After struggling with slumping stock prices, increased competition and consumer complaints, Keurig Green Mountain stockholders received some good news for a change Dec. 7 when an investor group led by JAB Holdings acquired the single-serve coffee pod...

 J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building (Photo: Cliff/Flickr)

ATTORNEY UNLAWFULLY USED $400,000 OF INVESTOR FUNDS IN 2011/12

Feds bust Dallas lawyer for vodka fraud, FBI investigation continues

By Ben BOUCKLEY

A Dallas lawyer who established a company to launch a vodka brand then unlawfully used investor funds for his own benefit faces steep fines and a long jail sentence after an ongoing FBI investigation led him to plead guilty to separate federal charges...

Rock 'n' Roll PepsiCo? OK, we're only kidding, but Nelson Peltz insists a faster, sharper drinks standalone would compete better with Coke

‘Whatever happened to my beverage rock ‘n roll?'

Reset or risk drinks 'destruction' in North America: Peltz warns Pepsi

By ‘Whatever happened to my beverage rock ‘n roll?'

PepsiCo must return to its roots as a ‘lean, hard-hitting’ $30bn+ revenue beverage business under standalone management as the current strategy risks destroying its North American arm, Nelson Peltz warns.

Fonterra considers flotation

Fonterra considers flotation

By Jess Halliday

Fonterra is initiating a two-year consultation to adopt a preferred
capital structure that could see it split in two and listing on the
New Zealand Stock Exchange, to better take advantage
of growth opportunities.

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