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With such whimsical flavors as cookie dough, smoked salmon and whipped cream, today’s vodka aisle is getting adventurous as companies seek to draw consumers and generate attention for their brands.
With such whimsical flavors as cookie dough, smoked salmon, and whipped cream, today’s vodka aisle is getting adventurous as companies seek to draw consumers and generate attention for their brands.
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Premium drink maker, Diageo, is teaming up with New York City's Dept. of Transportation for a month-long "Safe Rides Home" campaign. Discussing the promotion of responsible alcohol consumption, as well as profits, with Sheila Stanziale, Diageo-Guinness USA president.
It’s often said it’s good to be Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but it may better to be in the beer business.
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As emerging markets consumers earn more, they are spending more on high-end alcohol, says Eric Bokota, portfolio manager for the FPA International Value Fund.
Over the last six months, shares of the spirits company are up more than 20 percent. A breakdown of the company's earnings, with Paul Walsh, Diageo CEO.
The recession put spirits businesses on guard. But the industry’s trade group says sales are growing, and it might be time to crank up the innovation machine and take a few more chances.
Find out why this name has landed on the “Mad Money” host’s buy list.
Find out what's in the "Mad Money" host's "Game Plan."
"In the US we are not only getting volume growth, but getting price mix. Consumers are coming back to the higher price point brands," Paul Walsh, chief executive at Diageo, told CNBC.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Diageo, one of the world’s largest producers of premium alcoholic beverages, with widespread violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The SEC alleges that Diageo made improper payments to government officials in India, Thailand and South Korea over a period of six years.
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Government policymakers in Davos this week looking to revive growth might want to emulate global mutual-fund managers, who are having no trouble finding growth stories across the developing world and in pockets of developed markets.
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