3 Outrageously Creative Ways Companies Beat the System
When is a sneaker a slipper and a person not quite a person?
Why Brown-Forman Is Positioned to Win in the Growing Global Whiskey Market
Things are getting competitive in the growing category of American whiskey. Brown-Forman looks like it's well positioned to continue outpacing its biggest rivals, including Diageo.
Why the Big 3 Will Propel Brown-Forman Corp to New Heights
Brown-Forman increased its earning per share by 17% for the quarter ending April 30. Here's three reasons why this is only the beginning for the American whiskey maker.
What Does Diageo's $115 Million Investment in Bourbon Mean for Investors?
Diageo plans to spend $115 million to build a 1.8 million proof gallon distillery in Kentucky to meet rising demand for American whiskey. Find out what it means for investors.
Is Diageo's $115M Move in Whiskey Smart, or Will It Prove a Blunder?
Diageo, the world's largest spirits maker, has big plans for American whiskey in the U.S. And why not, with bourbon and Tennessee whiskey at peak popularity. Will this $115M investment prove money well spent, or will drinkers' tastes shift, making it a blunder?
Why Diageo Wants to Up its Stake in United Spirits
United Spirits brands are taking over Drinks International's "The Millionaires' Club" rankings -- and Diageo wants more of the action. Find out why long-term investors should be toasting Diageo's tender for the Indian spirits maker.
Why a Jack Daniel's and French Cognac Pairing Just Might Make Sense for Brown-Forman
At first blush, Remy Cointreau doesn't look like a very good fit for Brown-Forman's U.S. whiskey-dominated portfolio. But there may be more to this rumored deal than just brandies and sweet liqueurs.
The Diageo/Brown-Forman Spat: What Investors Should Know
Recent news about the labeling of "Tennessee Whiskey" is just noise as far as investors are concerned.
Why Diageo Is Pushing for a Change to Tennessee Whiskey Laws, and How Jack Daniel’s Is Fighting Back
Is Diageo behind the push for new Tennessee Whiskey laws? Jack Daniel's maker Brown-Forman thinks so and it's fighting back. The winner stands to gain some ground on the other in the global whiskey battle.