As Deaths, Damage Mount, Wine Country Wildfires May Be Worst ‘in California History’

The toll from wildfires in California’s Wine Country rose Tuesday, to 15 people confirmed dead and at least 2,000 homes and businesses destroyed, while the number of missing persons rose to 150.


A $900 Whisky That’s ‘smooth, Elegant And Packs A Punch’ — Like A British Spy

The 26-year-old GlenDronach was selected to tie-in with the movie ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle.’


Americans Are Buying Beer And A Beach Vacation At The Same Time

‘Lifestyle’ beers such as Corona, Dos Equis and Kona are among the biggest sellers in the U.S., writes Jason Notte.


The King Of Brunch Is Back: Ketel One Vodka’s Bloody Mary Goes Global


Heineken Throws Everything It Has At The U.s. Beer Market

The brewer uses big data and marketing to go head to head with its larger rivals, selling everything from cider to craft beer to Mexican lager, says Jason Notte.


Coca-cola Zero Sugar Sparks Analyst Optimism, But Other Factors Could Stifle Growth

Coca-Cola Zero Sugar has been well-received around the world, fueling excitement about its U.S. rollout, but Coca-Cola’s broader transformation could take time


Diageo Earnings: What To Expect


Pepsico Earnings: Can Pepsi Keep Raising Prices To Offset Weak Demand?

PepsiCo investors may be focusing volume rather than earnings per share, when the beverage and snack giant reports second-quarter results before Tuesday’s open.


Your Beloved ‘local’ Beer Might Be Made In Another State — Or Country

Consumers all over the world are having a hard time knowing where their beer is brewed, writes Jason Notte.


Coke’s Stock Leads Dow Decliners, Pepsi Shares Fall After Bmo Downgrades

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