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Mark Swartzberg - Stifel Financial
We think a variety of factors ... imply further revenue acceleration and increasing rates of margin expansion as the year
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May 04 2017
Carlos Brito, Andrew Holland, Matt Damon and Tony Case, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Anheuser-Busch. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 32 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 44 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Carlos Brito is: “It can be very deceiving. When we look at Brazil on a long-term view those two bad years don't change our view in terms of the fundamentals and the pillars that Brazil will continue to be an amazing market for consumer goods companies and beer. It's just like many markets not a straight line. Sometimes you have one or two bad years and those fundamentals kick in again. ... We don't panic with one or two bad years because we always have our eye on the long term.”.
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Tony Case

Budweiser is telling the immigrant story in its ad, specifically the story of one of its founders, Adolphus Busch, who immigrated to America. The ad is very moving, very

Tony Case

The price, every year, keeps going up and up and up. It's a 60-second ad, but also sort of touches on the topic of immigrants, which is a very hot topic now. Budweiser says they did not intend that, but, at the same time, they have their social media team at the ready on Super Bowl on Sunday to answer anything that might happen in the social media

Robyn Chalmers - InBev

It is too early in the process to say how many people may opt for the voluntary offer. It is thus completely incorrect to say that about 1 000 managerial roles will be reduced, as has been

Robyn Chalmers - InBev

It is important to note that no employee will be forcibly retrenched as a result of the

Andrew Holland

I think that's the paramount consideration. It needs to stack up financially as well, but if you're sitting in Amsterdam with a map of the world with pins in it, you're mindful this would be helpful in terms of expanding the options

Ricardo Tadeu - Anheuser-Busch InBev

Water is our number one ingredient so we are very

Matt Damon

The poorest of the poor pay more than the middle class in many countries as they were shut out of the

Matt Damon

People want to participate in their own solution, they want a hand up not a hand

Richard Sherman

They say we're trying to influence kids, and that's their biggest thing. Their biggest ploy is you don't want to be a bad influence to kids. You don't want to be a bad role model. And I can agree with that. But in the same breath, you can't say Budweiser is the official sponsor of the NFL, and we're trying to influence kids. So there's a ton of

Felipe Dutra - Anheuser-Busch InBev

Most of our markets delivered solid results. However, these results were negatively impacted by a very weak quarter in

Trevor Stirling - Sanford Bernstein

Some of these items will reverse, but this is more than just a temporary

James Sembrot - Anheuser-Busch

We admire Otto's vision that will shape the future of self-driving transportation. As we continue to partner with long-haul carriers to ship our beers, we hope to see this technology widely deployed across our highways to improve safety for all road users and work towards a low-emissions

Lior Ron - Otto

The incredible success of this pilot shipment is an example of what is possible when you deploy self-driving technology. It also showcases the importance of collaboration with forward-looking states like Colorado and innovative companies like

James Sembrot - Anheuser-Busch

We can see a future where this type of equipment is standard on all

Carlos Brito

It's a very important relationship that we intend to continue to develop and

Trevor Stirling - Sanford Bernstein

They know they're potentially next on the menu and the idea of them having a potential hostile acquirer as your key partner in Africa is not something I think will sit well with Coca-Cola. So even if they weren't a potential acquirer ... that in itself would sit

Jan du Plessis - Rio Tinto

The board's decision was difficult given changes in circumstances since the board originally recommended £44 per share in cash last November. We believe the final cash consideration of £45 per share to be at the lower end of the range of values considered

Alan Clarke

This is another big piece of news to take in and I appreciate this will cause lots of internal and external speculation. However, please stay focused and I will keep you updated as soon as I am able

Alan Clarke

The board needs to consider the revised offer, taking into account all facts and

Bob Pease

The DOJ's significant requirements... appear to address some of our major apprehensions with the merger. With effective enforcement of these provisions, small brewers can rely on their independent distributor partners to access the

Sonia Pfaffenroth - Justice Department

The remedy we secured will help preserve and promote competition in the multi-billion dollar U.S. beer industry. Independent distributors that sell (AB InBev's) beer will have the freedom to sell and promote the variety of beers that many Americans

Charles Nouwen - Anheuser-Busch InBev

Consumers have evolved, saying they want to have something that is lighter or non-alcoholic for enjoyment.... They want to look cool drinking that as part of everyday life with

Spiros Malandrakis - Euromonitor International

The higher alcohol segment is largely covered by craft. The mainstream boys have decided to go to a segment that is less

Nic Norman Smith

The reality is that this is a big company that cannot afford to get this deal delayed. It's great news that it's all done and

Margrethe Vestager - European Union

It was therefore very important that AB InBev's takeover of SABMiller did not reduce competition on European beer

Lesetja Kganyago

It is a complex transaction and very difficult at this stage to say definitively what the impact is. All that we can tell is that a priori, it is positive for South

Mike Ingram - BGC Partners

My big question is whether it's good for consumers. Of course you're creating what some have called the OPEC of beer. It will have enormous global market share, enormous pricing power. And yes, of course if this deal is to be waved through by the competition authorities, there are going to have to be significant disposals both in North America and in

Neil Dwane - Allianz Global Investors

ABI is paying a high price but accretion to earnings from low debt costs would be something in the region of 15 percent. However, we think the return on this deal could be a relatively disappointing 8 percent after 10

Phil Gorham - Morningstar

It's exactly the moment they've been waiting for. It makes sense financially for the first time in

Erik Gordon

The costs that could be saved in the distribution operations are high – and the antitrust hurdles are

Andrew Holland

The real attraction is Africa, where AB InBev has no presence, as well as some add-ons in Asia and Latin

Mike Paul

People believe there is so much evidence, with sponsors dropping, that it is the truth. Do I think it can survive? If Lance comes clean and admits that he has done wrong and he lied to the world, then yes, I think it can survive. If he continues, I think it probably will just eventually dry

Carlos Brito

I think what's important here is that Budweiser beer will continue to be brewed in the same brewers. We don't have plans to close any brewers. It will by brewed by the same people according to the same recipe, traditions and heritage. I think that's what matters at the end of the

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