Pernod Ricard could raise and spend “a few billion euros” on the right acquisition, if one came along, according to its deputy chairman and joint chief executive.
Drinks giant Pernod Ricard today revealed a double-digit decline in net profit in its full-year results fuelled by a 23% drop in sales in China.
From chicken feet crisps at one of London’s top haunts to sea-faring cocktails and Jean Claude Van Damme – it has, as ever, been an eclectic week in the world of drinks.
Pernod Ricard UK has flagged up a host of data to show why on-trade outlets should encourage customers to trade up this Christmas.
The end of June may have marked watersheds for both Diageo and Pernod Ricard, respectively the world’s two leading premium alcohol groups.
Pernod Ricard has hit out at a decision by the Portman Group that the label of its Pernod brand is in breach of UK alcohol marketing rules.
Pernod Ricard USA has demonstrated its belief in the growth potential for high-end Tequila in this market by acquiring a majority stake in ultra-premium brand Avión.
Pernod Ricard’s wine development director Adrian Atkinson has left the company as part of a restructure of its UK commercial and marketing divisions.
The labour union at Pernod Ricard’s South Korean division have called off a planned strike after the company reinstated all employees destined for early retirement.
The labour union of Pernod Ricard’s South Korean arm is to go on strike to protest the layoff of 30 employees on what claims are “insufficient grounds”.
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