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June 27, 2008

The battle for control of family-run US brewer Anheuser-Busch has taken a dramatic turn as Belgian rival InBev is set to launch a hostile takeover following Anheuser-Busch’s rejection.

The battle for control of family-run US brewer Anheuser-Busch has taken a dramatic turn as Belgian rival InBev is set to launch a hostile takeover following Anheuser-Busch's rejection.

The US brewer finally gave its verdict on the proposed takeover by InBev yesterday and rejected the approach outright. The offer of $65 per share was described as being financially inadequate and not in the best interests of shareholders.

May 29, 2008

While speculation that family-run brewer Anheuser Busch is to be taken over by rival InBev is reaching fever pitch, the Busch family has revealed it is split on whether it would be in favour of such a move.

While speculation that family-run brewer Anheuser Busch is to be taken over by rival InBev is reaching fever pitch, the Busch family has revealed it is split on whether it would be in favour of such a move.

Current CEO and family member Adolphus Busch IV told the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday that while some family members were open to holding talks with InBev, others were firmly against the idea. The company itself has so far remained silent.

March 19, 2008

A beer company has been named Best UK Family Business for the Greater London region.

A beer company has been named Best UK Family Business for the Greater London region. With an estate of more than 360 pubs across London and the South of England, Fuller Smith & Turner is the brewer of a range of award-winning beers, including London Pride and Vintage Ale. The company will join motor group JCT600 in the national finals which are to be held in June.

January 1, 2003

In 2000, Interbrew put 35% of its shares on the stock market in an operation worth €3 billion. Yet the world’s third-largest beer maker remains a company where the family runs the show

Jozef Lievens is managing director of the Belgian Family Business Institute and an attorney with Eubelius lawyers.

In 2000, Interbrew put 35% of its shares on the stock market in an operation worth €3 billion. Yet the world's third-largest beer maker remains a company where the family runs the show

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