When Mervyn King delivered his forecast on the UK economy this week, there was a real sense of prolonged pain and deterioration in his words.
The legendary first growth hires business development manager to “expand the brand’s position in China and refine [its] growing relationship with this major market.”
Social media and online purchasing is significantly influencing wine sales in mainland China, and to a lesser degree in Hong Kong
Ambev must pay $25,000 to an employee who was tied up and forced to watch porn.
Wine has a reputation as a male-dominated, sexist field to work in, but the great myth in the trade is that there aren’t many women working within it.
The Otley Brewing Company has purchased a larger unit for its brewery to match the surge in customer demand.
Diageo has announced the appointment of Greg Kryder as CFO for North America.
Concha y Toro is building a more premium position for its Fetzer brand, helping California bridge the gap on UK shelves between entry level and top end brands.
Thailand’s biggest beer maker Thai Beverage has bid to pay US$2.2 billion for Fraser & Neave.
Marks & Spencer has started equipping its wine advisors with iPads to more closely connect its online and offline operations.
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