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17 Countries With Best Universities In Europe

In this article, we will be looking at the 17 countries with the best universities in Europe. If you want to skip our detailed analysis of the global textile market, you can go directly to 5 Countries With Best Universities In Europe. Employment Trends in Europe: An Overview The European job market is changing swiftly. […]

Yahoo | December 28, 2023

24 States that Legalized Recreational Weed in the US

In this article, we are going to discuss the 24 states that legalized recreational weed in the US. You can skip our detailed analysis of the cannabis industry in America, the effect of legalization on prices, and the fastest growing category in the cannabis industry, and go directly to 5 States that Legalized Recreational Weed in […]

Yahoo | December 28, 2023

The Bud Light Boycott Was Just the Beginning of a Crazy Year for Beer

A Bud Light boycott in 2023 reshuffled the beer industry, vaulting Modelo Especial to the top spot in America. At the same time, many people simply stopped drinking beer altogether.

Yahoo | December 27, 2023

Brazilian Billionaire Marcel Telles Hands Stake in World’s Biggest Brewer to Son

(Bloomberg) -- Marcel Telles, the billionaire Brazilian investor who cofounded buyout firm 3G Capital Inc., donated his stake in brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev SA to his son Max in a major step toward succession planning.Most Read from BloombergChinese Carmaker Overtakes Tesla as World’s Most Popular EV MakerTesla Plans Revamp of Smash Hit Model Y From China PlantApple’s iPhone Design Chief Enlisted by Jony Ive, Sam Altman to Work on AI DevicesGhost Ships at Reawakened North Korea Port Put Ukraine

Yahoo | December 26, 2023

New Bud Light backlash follows Kid Rock's comments

Kid Rock started the Bud Light boycott. Instead, he declared his displeasure at the Anheuser-Busch InBev brand the way any rational person would. Without explicitly saying so, the "Cowboy" and "All Summer Long" singer was very angry that the beer brand had a minor partnership with the transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

Yahoo | December 21, 2023

Canopy Growth Just Enacted a 1-for-10 Reverse Split of CGC Stock

Profits have proven elusive in the marijuana sector.

Dana Blankenhorn on InvestorPlace | December 20, 2023

Anheuser-Busch faces looming Teamsters strike

Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) now faces a potential strike threat from the Teamsters union as their contract is set to expire on February 29, 2024. The Bud Light manufacturer has already grappled with a 17% drop in Bud Light volumes in North America following a consumer boycott. While Anheuser-Busch expresses awareness and plans to negotiate in good faith, analysts suggest that the company's international reach might mitigate the impact of a US strike. Yahoo Finance’s Brooke DiPalma reports on this story and whether theeer b company will be impacted if a strike takes place. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live.

Yahoo | December 20, 2023

Bud Light parent Anheuser-Busch's latest union issues may complicate its 2024 plans

Anheuser-Busch InBev will be dealing with internal issues as it looks for recovery in 2024.

Yahoo | December 20, 2023

How labor unions plan to carry 2023 successes into 2024

2023 was a historic year for worker strikes, from the Hollywood actors and writers to the United Auto Workers. The labor movement seems to be prepared to continue to march on into 2024, with Starbucks (SBUX) saying it wants to resume talks with unionized workers and Teamsters working at Anheuser-Busch (BUD) voting to authorize a strike. David Madland, Center for American Progress, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the labor movement for 2023 as well as take a look a head into 2024, and the lessons that can be learned from previous strikes. Madland comments on the potential push to unionize workers at Tesla (TSLA) facilities: "After the big agreement between the UAW and the Big Three, the President of the UAW said we're going to to now organize nonunion facilities and name checked Tesla. So...

Yahoo | December 20, 2023

These all-American brands aren’t actually American

US Steel was once the pride and joy of the United States and the most valuable company in the entire world. The 122-year-old company has agreed to be bought by Japanese firm Nippon Steel in a $14.1 billion deal.

Yahoo | December 19, 2023


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