Scottish and Newcastle
Scottish and Newcastle
HEINEKEN, which took over Scottish & Newcastle's UK drinks operation in 2008, jolted the market yesterday by revealing a slump in group sales.
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THE £7.8 billion takeover bid that ended 260 years of independent trading for Scots brewer Scottish & Newcastle is at the heart of a major City of London insider trading investigation.
THE Capital's brewing heritage is to be celebrated on the site of the former Fountain Brewery with a series of new streets named in its honour.
HEINEKEN, the Dutch brewer that now owns Scottish & Newcastle, revealed yesterday that it axed 600 jobs last year, including 200 in Scotland, in a fierce cost-cutting drive.
SIR Brian Stewart is to be the next chairman of C&C – completing a remarkable "takeover" of the Irish drinks group's management by ex-bosses of the former Scottish & Newcastle brewing group.
ONE of Edinburgh's most famous names in brewing is to be consigned to history.
SCOTTISH & Newcastle employees are braced for further job losses after parent group Heineken, the Dutch brewing giant, said it was planning another round of cost cutting.
SCOTTISH & Newcastle's struggling tenanted pub company has reacted to the falling British beer market by putting a swathe of pubs on the market.
BEER giant Heineken has appointed a new boss for Edinburgh-based Scottish & Newcastle UK.
A NEW managing director has been appointed at brewer Scottish & Newcastle – just weeks after the departure of Jeremy Blood.
SCOTTISH & Newcastle is believed to be lining up its finance director, Ronald den Elzen, to replace Jeremy Blood as head of Heineken's UK operation.
BREWER Scottish & Newcastle UK has announced that its managing director has unexpectedly resigned with immediate effect.
JEREMY Blood, the head of Scottish & Newcastle, Britain's biggest brewer, has left with immediate effect after 21 years at the firm.
HEINEKEN has booked a sharp rise in sales, thanks to last year's takeover of Scottish & Newcastle which made it the largest brewer in Britain.
EDINBURGH'S sole remaining brewery is bucking the industry downturn after a sustained push south of the Border.
AS THE last of Britain's big brewers passed into foreign ownership, the board of Scottish & Newcastle met at Edinburgh's Royal College of Physicians for a valedictory dinner to mark the company's drawn-out takeover battle with Heineken and Carlsberg.
SCOTTISH & Newcastle, long associated with mass market beers such as Foster's and John Smith's, is heading upmarket in a drive to revive a slump in sales.
BREWER Heineken is to slash the value of its UK business by 50 million (£45.5m) less than a year after it bought into the British market through its acquisition of Scottish & Newcastle.
IT WAS once an industrial heartland, pumping out enough beer to fill 176 million pint glasses. Scottish & Newcastle's Fountain Brewery dominated the landscape of the whole Fountainbridge area and the hop-scented aroma of its productivity could be smelt from several miles away.