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  • Constellation Brands reporta ganancias mejores a lo esperado por alza ventas de cerveza

    (Reuters) - La compañía de bebidas alcohólicas Constellation Brands reportó ingresos y ganancias trimestrales mejores a lo esperado, debido a que sus campañas publicitarias impulsaron las ventas de sus cervezas Corona y Modelo en el verano boreal.
  • The day ahead in business

    The day ahead in business
    Reports: Factory orders and inventories for May, ADP employment survey for June, weekly mortgage applications Local earnings: None Other earnings: AutoNation Inc., Constellation Brands, Inc., UniFirst Corp. and others

    How CEO of third-largest beer seller in U.S. found his beach

    How CEO of third-largest beer seller in U.S. found his beach
    Crown Imports CEO Bill Hackett looks at a glass of beer not just as an industry executive but also as a guy who poured a lot of pints to make ends meet in college. In an interview at his company's recently completed lobby and office bar in the Loop,...

    Dark days for Cult Cabs

    Dark days for Cult Cabs
    Is the Cult Cab dead? The current economy has created ominous rumblings in the market for Napa Valley wine. Demand for high-end super-premium Cabs, even so-called cult wines, has weakened considerably with the recession. Sales are stagnant, inventories...

    After Mondavi, who will lead Napa winemaking?

    NAPA Valley lost a charismatic leader when Robert Mondavi died on Friday. Has the Napa Valley that fostered such a maverick passed as well? Mondavi's Napa was the Wild West of winemaking. For the dozen wineries in operation in 1966, costs were low, there...