Chinese Liquor Giant Moutai Hits Heady $500 Billion Valuation

Kweichow Moutai is now roughly as important to the Chinese market as Apple is in the U.S., accounting for 7.3% of the Shanghai Composite Index.


Where To Find The Best Cabernets For $25 And Under

The short answer is the Margaret River region of Western Australia. But, after some searching, our wine columnist found a few delicious and affordable Cabs from California, too.


Americans Drinking More Tequila At Home Buoys Diageo

Online and in-store sales of Don Julio tequila and other spirits during the pandemic outweighed a slump in business at bars, helping liquor giant Diageo report a rise in half-year organic sales.


Reluctant Whisky Baron Launched A Global Hit, Glenfiddich

Sandy Grant Gordon, who created a global market for single-malt Scotch whisky with the introduction of Glenfiddich, has died at age 89.

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Pepsico Redesigns The Two-liter Bottle For An Easier Pour

The company?s largest consumer bottle now curves inward around two-thirds of the way down the container, with ridges carved in that are meant to echo the visual identity of each beverage?s branding. P


Starbucks Is Linking Executive Pay To Diversity Targets

The move comes amid intense discussion about representation in American companies and White House scrutiny of diversity-related targets.


Budweiser, Stella Brewer Searches For Its Next Ceo

AB InBev has begun a search for a chief executive to succeed longtime CEO Carlos Brito, who is expected to move next year to a role on the beer giant?s board.


After A Top-up, Rémy Cointreau Is Vulnerable To Spills

Rémy Cointreau sailed through the 2009 financial crisis, but hopes that the French cognac maker will do the same in this slump might leave a hangover.


The World’s Nightclub Capital Faces An Existential Crisis

Clubs are among the biggest draws for the 13 million visitors who flock to Berlin each year. But though Germany?s lockdown has eased, the thumping bass remains silent and the city fears there might no


Starbucks To Require Customers To Wear Masks

Starbucks will require customers in the U.S. to wear masks at company-operated stores starting next week, a decision that comes as new coronavirus cases rise sharply in parts of the country.

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