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Seven killed at shooting on Milwaukee campus: report
"It is three fifty I'm David Rankin with Kristen D. as the latest now that shooting in Milwaukee CBS news reporting five people killed at the Miller Coors brewing campus sources say that five people died including the shooter it happens inside the brewery inside that MillerCoors
Why Doesn't Alcohol Have Nutrition Labels?
"Today's episode is brought to you by Oregon. You know, when something goes wrong at home, and you just freak out, I have definitely had my moments especially when it comes to pests ants in the mirror. Nara, cockroaches hanging out around your bubble bath and uninvited rat, a your daughter's birthday party. Don't let pests ruin the moment, get an organ tech out to your house tomorrow. Bill, protect your time and your temper. Visit organ dot com slash brain to save fifty dollars on your first general pest service with the promo code pod. Fifty. That's P, O, D, five zero Orkan home is where the bugs aren't. Welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Vogel, bam here if you feel like you can't even consider consuming a candy bar without being confronted with its chlorine content. You're right. The same thing goes for just about every piece of packaged food you see in stores, plus every bottled canned or carton beverage a nutrition facts label depicts detailed info on the amounts of fat sugar. Sodium and more found inside. But while your favorite breakfast, cereals sodas and sandwich fixings are subject. This type of in-your-face transparency, you may have noticed that booze is typically off the hook residing behind fact labels. So what gives the answer lies in the powers that be while the food and Drug administration or FDA regulates the safety of you guessed it food, including non alcoholic beverages? It doesn't govern the alcohol industry that honor belongs to the alcohol and tobacco tax and trade bureau or TB an agency that doesn't require labeling while beer wine and spirits companies aren't league. Alie mandated to print, the nutritional info on their products. Consumer advocates have been calling for the TB to change that. And it has sort of in twenty thirteen the agency made nutrition labels optional for alcohol, but somehow, experts don't feel the move was bold enough Johns Hopkins public health researcher Sarah Blake told vox in two thousand fifteen many adults take in a tremendous amount of calories from alcohol, and they have no idea. She should know her work revealed that the average American regularly consumes four hundred calories a day from alcohol alone. A pint of PA contains about two hundred fifty calories a glass of red wine has about one hundred twenty five and a shot of liquor has about one hundred. The reasons behind the disparity in label requirements between the FDA and t t b goes back to prohibition when the ban on the production and distribution of alcohol in America came to an end congress passed the alcohol administration act of nineteen thirty five which eventually led to the establishment of the t b but its rules around labeling have historically been a bit. Messy substances. The people might be sensitive to, like, sulfites have to be labelled, but other ingredients, do not wines, contain fourteen percent, alcohol, or more have to display alcohol content while wines from seven to fourteen percent. Don't have to list, alcohol content, if they're considered light or table. Oh and wines with less than seven percent alcohol. Those aren't regulated by the TB at all. Those are under the jurisdiction of the FDA, and so they're required to display nutrition facts. Labels confusing. Isn't it? A few brands corona light, Guinness Heineken, and course, light do put calories and some nutrition information though. Not the ingredients on their bottles, or packaging, but it's typically very small print or hard to find you might even have to look on the bottom of the six pack to find it who looks their Bud Light on the other hand began voluntarily including obvious, leibels listing its beers calories fat carbohydrates and protein per serving, as well as other ingredients in February of two thousand nineteen since then and Heiser Bush's added similar labeling to some of its other Bud Light line beers, including Bud Light lime, Bud Light orange, and Bud Light lemon tea change is brewing though. At least in the beer industry industry leaders, including Anheuser Busch Miller Coors, Heineken USA constellation brand beer, division, North American breweries and craft brew lions which together produce more than eighty one percent of the volume of beer, sold in the United States have agreed to voluntarily displayed nutrition facts by twenty twenty. 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Corngate Update: MillerCoors Sues Anheuser-Busch Over Lies
"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show at net sweet dot com slash BW daily. Be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this March twenty ninth and it's Friday perhaps time for a beer after work. But before you reach for that icy golden ale, you might have had 'cause recently to wonder what's in this stuff. Exactly. And if you have perhaps it's for reason Anheuser Busch, which makes bud and Bud Light wants you to be wondering ever since the Super Bowl. The company's been calling a lot of attention to one ingredient. It claims is in the beer of its rival Miller Coors during the Super Bowl Anheuser Bud Light brand ran three ads claiming Miller lite and cores light. Beers contain corn syrup and high fructose corn syrup. Here's a clip from bud lights, add special delivery. King. This corn syrup was just livered. Let's not ours. We don't prove like with corn syrup corn syrup. Does take it to them at once. Horn syrup. That's the ingredient we've all been avoiding and everything but beer for the last several years. It's inclusion on a list of ingredients practically spells bad for you processed foods on Twitter. It's been likened to poison and it certainly not known as a beer ingredient. And it is not Miller Coors says vehemently last week. It sued Anheuser Busch for what it says it's false and misleading advertising. The suit asks for monetary damages and for Anheuser Busch to stop the campaign and produce what it calls corrective advertising while it admits to using corn syrup to aid the fermentation process. Miller Coors denies that. The ingredient is actually in the stuff you drink and it wants an Heiser Bush to stop running ads that Miller Coors argues are outright lies for its part and Heiser Bush says is just calling for ingredient transparency responding to the lawsuit. Bud Light maker said its campaign is truthful and that middle cores has admitted to using corn syrup officials from the company told at age magazine that they stand behind the campaign and have no intention of changing it the whole brew ha ha has been nicknamed corn gate, the companies continue to unleash a volley of ads attacking each other volley that's become faster and faster as each response to the other. Whatever happens in court, though, may miss the point see both brands have been falling lately with Bud Light sales declining to three times as much as Miller Coors. According to a trade publication called beer marketer's insights, maybe the two historic rivals should save their breath and stop battling so hard with each other. Instead, perhaps they should throw their resources at their bigger competitors. The entire world of frapp, Bruce. From wondering this business wars daily. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton. Grant McQuillan is our editor and producer. Our executive producer is Marshall Louis created by earn on Lopez for wondering, I'm David Brown CNN tweak. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with nets wheat, you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering you valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth. All you have to do to get it for free is to go to net sweet dot com slash be w daily again get net weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash b w daily. Now. One more time net sweet dot com slash VW daily.
MillerCoors sues Anheuser-Busch over Bud Light corn syrup ad
"Place the beer wars between Miller Coors. And Anheuser Busch is going to court Miller Coors, assuming its top competitor in federal court for the ads Anheuser Busch has been running since the Super Bowl regarding the use of corn syrup Miller. Core says the ants are intended to frighten. It's Miller lite users to switch the Bud Light over a misleading. Claim that corn syrup in the fermentation process
"miller coors" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"What's the Miller Coors agreement with the Milwaukee Brewers comes to a close in two thousand twenty one? Miller Coors GM Kim Kanter was at the press conference today. I was able to catch up with him for a few minutes after the press conference, and I asked him at the start. If what this day means to him knowing that it's it's definitely the beginning of the end for Miller Coors as a naming rights sponsor for the stadium in which the brewers play. Does feel like a bittersweet day for you. So it's actually a great day for the city for the community. We still continue to be a great partner. The Milwaukee Brewers were glad that another Wisconsin company, Milwaukee companies investing here and continue to elevate things that are going out in the city, so exciting we're happy about what the future looks like for the Milwaukee Brewers or Miller Coors as well for American families and some are reacting as if this is some sort of divorce, but the partnership remains just gonna look a little different. Yeah. That's right. Greg absolutely remains. You know, the fans we want to contain Hanson bring great fan experiences here. It's park which will be Miller park for the next two years. And our beer's will certainly be available. And as Rick alluded to we want to continue that relationship, whatever that looks like down the road and time will tell on that. But absolutely want to continue that in the fans can rest assured that the beers will certainly be available. Was there a point where you realize Jim that it just wasn't going to work out to continue on with the naming rights sponsorship beyond the original deal? Yeah. Honestly, you know, we have. Have our strategic priorities. What we wanna do more? We wanna go as an organization. So I think you evaluate a lot of different things. But again when we want really want to focus on the next two years, how this.
"miller coors" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"GPS the that's birds. near the stadium energy Just changed a lot right of great to the questions exit they to asked ninety four. Westbound but very accident vague is non blocking specific the right lane. answers. Again, that is towards the And Mitchell I was thinking, interchange you know, for also one got an of incident probably, ninety you four northbound know, other millions in Racine of people county, who a disabled helped pay for vehicle that stadium beyond the exit over the to taxes county highway that k we, that you is know, blocking the increase the in right tax lane. revenue Just it's be aware just of that twelve hoping forty for a little one bit forty more substance five northbound than beyond the exit in to leeann specific road, as far an as accident this is is blocking what they the did. right shoulder, This is why then they one chose in Waukesha. who they chose. Because again, when they're when they look at Cutie partnership when criteria you know, you go a handful of companies that fit that Bill. Looking for your foxy? Yeah. Thanks for the phone call Brad. And that's what I Br abroad the issue of I don't know if it's an issue, but the question of timing. So you're two years away from this taking over roughly. And I think if you're closer to that date, maybe more of those questions would be answered the way that I think a lot of people would like them to be answered I didn't expect Rick to get into detail, and who the other companies were involved in the process, and you know, who was vetted and so on and why do they ultimately win this competition? I'm using air quotes with win. What's the name of the park? That'll be announced at a later date. Maybe that was out of respect to the folks at Miller Coors who are in attendance today that they didn't want to come forward with a new name. And maybe there's a greater unveiling at some later date. Did it's more bring the community together. Kind of thing rather than you know, somewhat last minute news conference call during the middle of a snowstorm. So again timing is metal. I guess a little bit of a question to me not that it diminishes the message or it could have been more effective down the road. I wonder why today why January twenty second two thousand nineteen was it the right time to announce this new partnership that will take over two years down the road. Does it diminish anything for you? The reaction on Twitter was was really negative very negative now to me it does not I really don't care. What name is on the part on the venue on the arena. It doesn't matter to me at all. What matters to me is the product on the field and who's running the show and how it's being run. That's critical. I understand the world of business plays in today's world of of major league, sports and professional sports. And I'm not gonna let that get in the way of my the product. And I think that Miller Coors wanted out, and I do believe that they are somewhat relieved perhaps that they don't have to move forward. It's been challenging couple years Miller Coors as evidenced by their recent layoffs, and so on they've got a new CMO tasked with turning things around dramatically in an industry that has struggled a little bit. My ultimate feeling is you'd like to see the best players on the field. I'd like to think that a multi-million dollar naming rights sponsorship can help achieve that goal. Four one four seven nine nine one six twenty we've got more coming up, including your thoughts on the other side. Also my conversation with Miller Coors, general manager. Jim cantor will have that for you. Context to the conversation after this on WTMJ plucks down the center. Sampson.
"miller coors" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Vicki Barker study found summer babies r some thirty percent more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD then kids born even a few weeks later in September. One possible. Reason says Harvard Tim Leighton summer babies can be up to a year younger than their classmates and act accordingly. His advice for assigning a diagnosis of ADHD to that child the physician the parents at a minimum should pause. If that child has a summer birthday say wait a minute like is this because this child is just young a reminder to he says that there's more subjectivity to an ADHD diagnosis, the many health professionals would like to admit Vicki Barker, CBS news. Can only wonder why some beers become trendy for example rolling. Rock beer was a big big thing in the eighties. Remember that all the New York bars were serving rolling rock beer at a Pennsylvania is the big things too pricey for my taste taste all that. Great. Then you've got Pabst blue ribbon. Same thing. Why is that a thing? Well, now, we have word that fans of PBR can keep putting it away. It's a classic dear that's quite popular among young people. But Miller Coors, which brews and distributes PBR threatened to lend its deal with Pabst Miller Coors argued at my no longer have the brewery capacity and that led to a lawsuit by Pabst. But the two companies have announced a settlement ending a trial in Milwaukee. Where paths was founded in eighteen forty four. Bruce Marquez for CBS news eagle.
"miller coors" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"Beer has been at the heart of many a fight. And now it is beer companies who are fighting the company behind Pabst blue ribbon. It's the cheap. Hip beer is suing Miller Coors, the background here is that Pabst doesn't actually make its own beard pays Miller Coors to brew it. It's contract. It's been around twenty years, and it is running out Miller doesn't want to make PBR anymore and Pab is taking Miller Coors to court. Matthew Weinberg professor of economics at Ohio State University has been following this good morning morning. So can you explain what this fight is about? So Miller and other beer companies really have many different divisions that you've lots of different. Things you can think of Miller is having both a beer production division and a beer marketing division, PBR's business on the other hand is much more limited scope really the way to think about them as more as a beer marketing company, Pabst, right Pabst. So they need somebody to make their beer and since one thousand nine hundred nine roughly they've been heavy Miller Coors back then it was Miller. But we're recently Miller Coors produced their beer and Miller Coors doesn't want to do that anymore. So there's a dispute right now about whether or not that relationship is going to continue. Why would a company make a deal with its competitor to make its product. It sounds like a deal with the devil of Beck. When this agreement was first established. I don't think that they really were that strong of competitor is most likely I think PBR's drinkers probably didn't really consider Miller brands very carefully when they're just studying what alternatives. He would have to drink aside from PBR and. Perhaps that that situations changed a little bit over the years. Maybe there are more customers out there that are kind of indifferent between buying for example, Miller highlife and PR. I think it's become more of an issue now than it may be used to be paps. Wants course, keep brunettes bear milkers doesn't want it to keep bringing its beer. How do you think this go? It's tricky. I could see it going in different ways on one hand. I could imagine that if PBR does not have their way in this relationship is terminated or they're forced to peace to to pay a very high price to continue the relationship of people that really like PBR might be in a bad position might become not viable to make this product any longer. However on the other hand, if it goes the other way that could set a pretty bad precedent in the future. There might be a risk for companies to take on these contract brewing arrangements, if they can be forced by a court to continue the relationship that the environment changes in the law grander interests also could blunt incentives for companies like Miller to do a good job of producing these contract beers. If they don't wanna do it kind of puts the court in the position of being a regulator, and it's not me that they are in a great position to be able to do that kind of kind of work. Do you drink either these bears that much Murat a lot of people that do? I'm sure Matthew Weinberg professor of economics at Ohio State University. Thank you so much for chatting with us. Thank you. In New York. I'm Sabrina shore with the marketplace morning report. For P m American.
"miller coors" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Bad news for Katie intern. Hugs, everyone on our show, except for me, it really everyone out in all of you bad news. PBR might go away. Extinct. Why? Yes, it was on high for a while. You're right. You're exactly right. It's on a high Alex plane, but. Blue ribbon. Why don't you have blue ribbon went away? His up to your place with a pretty smile on her face the way, do really romance are given that new ribbon. You have. How can a plane like this got a business? Now makes me want to have one called PBR and someone who doesn't drink. What is? Light beer. Okay. And cheap cheap cheap. However, it became kind of like hipster. Read this morning. It is like hipsters are very angry that happen. Well, because PBR used to be what you would get because it was cheap. Okay. You could drink a lot of them. And they end it didn't cost you a lot of money. Right. And then all of a sudden the hipsters decided that drinking PBR was cool. Even though people who drank PBR already knew that. We used to get the kegs, you know, in college is so cheap. It's college beer. Yeah. College bars, everyone's drinking PBR PBR. Will it may go out of business because they have a deal with Miller Coors, Miller Coors distributor? I think they said two point five million barrels a year last year of just PBR and their agreement. Runs out in twenty twenty in Miller Coors is looking to do their own version of what a P PR would be. R? I don't know what that is. But PBR's delicious. I think at PR what is that something with fancy full, Paul. How are you thinking per reception? PR the PR leagues anyway PBR be going away. Because Miller Coors is saying we want out of the deal, which they can twenty twenty and we're gonna we're gonna do their own version of it because they know it's popular. So now the deal they'll kind of copy it, maybe or do a different a whole different branding and PBR says they're not ready to be able to distribute it they can't they're not a distributor, find another distributor to do. All this stuff for them. So they're in court right now, it's inter-. I'll be interested to see how that plays out. Because I don't know how it goes. You know, when you have something that's hugely popular widely known. And then you try to make your own spinoff. We'll see how it goes. Yeah. And apparently that makes them decisions Pabst brewing about old Milwaukee and Colt forty five Colt forty five. Malt liquor. Colt forty five no offense. But I feel like it's always warm. I'm learning so much today. So we'll find out they'll come to an agreement or they have to figure out some other things for the PR PBR drinker. No, I don't. Never drank before. And by the way, if you do fantasy football APR leaks, you get more points points per reception starting confused about PBR NPR like my Spanish teacher in high school who was fluent in French only qualified to teach Spanish one she was not allowed to teach Spanish to. And she was like all right open, your Spanish books, and she'd go we in that. I don't know. Yeah. She's all these French words. I have. She's like, oh, I'm sorry. Sorry. That's that's French in this is Spanish one. So we have French and Spanish going on at the same time. I feel like this. How this is ABC News ruined that like the comparison. However, your.
"miller coors" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Heckuva is that any TV any PBR fans in the room? Blue ribbon. I'm not a beer person. I like straight liquor different peps blue ribbon. Of course, it's the Bill. My gosh. Blue ribbon beer, that's what stood for wait. I thought maybe our was professional bull riding. Okay. Pabst. Okay. Pabst has this business deal with Miller Coors to Bruin ships their beer? But Miller Coors is tripling the price Pabst is suing them. And if they lose they may go out of business, so PBR scary. I know everyone through college. I know it's the total. It was my college brew. Yeah. Santa hunt things about PBR in one of his songs on his album. And I keep I thought it was professional bull riding. Album. It could be either. I guess it could be true. Who's coming in yesterday? We I went to the today show and Alexander, gene performance performance. Whatness day. On witness day Alexander jeans, coming to see us. Of course, we're talking about Mark Ballas, his wife BC when people are going to want to call themselves, Mark and BC or busy and Mark. Well, Alexander, gene. That's their middle names. Did you know that? Mark Alexander Ballas in gene jeans, coming in anyway, they're coming in to perform we were just sitting around. And I said come on the show. Okay. When does it tomorrow? Yeah. And that's how these deals are man. That's it. That's how collaborations are. Their song. Call waiting for you. So they are on their way in nice. Let's see twenty four online twenty four zero one.
"miller coors" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"TSA pre check for domestic air travel class eighty five for a five year membership, and you should go do this. Because here's where you go. Do it at just pre just Google it just go to the internet. And so here's what always happens to me because there's TSA office at the airport, but they're not open on weekends. They only open during like office hours if you're traveling earlier coming in late, so it's never works for you. So go and do this because it's going to be law. So no more of those random things. Yeah. It's such makes such a difference. And I don't want to tell people I didn't want to tell me because I don't want everyone to do it. But I think everyone who travels a lot should have this even if you travel one round trip. Time year eighty five dollars five years totally worth it. Anyway. But you gotta go online. And then you gotta go in there. I mean, it's kind of a pain. It's not an easy thing. It's worth it though. I think so. So you've been warned. Yeah. So within eighteen months, so we have some time give some time to get on there. I have sad news. Pabst blue ribbon might be done. I know was a brand you mean. Yeah. Miller Coors, currently produces and packages the majority of paps TV PBR, and they said they went out of the deal which comes to an end in twenty twenty Miller Coors said that they aren't getting paid enough to keep the deal going. So now, we need somebody to save PBR. No. I don't know one person who drinks it except for my college kids. Well, of course, that's when you drink PBR Bannon natty ice. Natch natural ice. The preferred watery beer of beer pong players everywhere. Natty ice, you can buy it by like, the the case the fifty case, I thought it was a license. Cousin? Donnie, sorry. Keep joke. Honestly, speaking. Oh, okay. So I've got how.
"miller coors" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"See that's why I thought that Robin Williams. There's always offer that I would just think he would have been a very different movie with Tim Allen. I would say so and then he was off the part of Stu turn that down to NASA, Tim, Allen's pretty hot ninety three that was right around home improvement. Franken up Sino Toy Story like the next year. Yeah. I forgot about that. He was like I mean again, the Hughes as big as you could get pretty much at that time. Yeah. Pretty shocking. The thing that I always find amazing with Robin Williams is like you go through the movies that he made like there aren't many Blake. There's no, yeah. Couple flubber for you. I see forever like fifteen. I was like a few bad one. It takes place in Medfield, Massachusetts, funnily enough. Oh, really? Yeah. Yeah. They all go to Medfield college. So there's not a lotta duds. No, there's there's not a lot there in the other thing is just like the top end for him is just so good. Like you go through a good morning, Vietnam. Like, it's just like there's so much. Good stuff that he had there. Anyways, back to money. Let's talk a little bit about what's going on in markets today before we get some other stories here. The Dow now off four hundred and fifty points s and p off forty four NASDAQ off one hundred ninety six so we continue to see markets struggling as we are going through this morning here. You know, what's causing it? Hey, you've got a stronger dollar. You've got continued concerns about inflation anything else that you think is potentially weighing on markets today. I mean, apple seems to be really leading this slide. But I don't see anything any truly detrimental news on on apple other than their iphone orders. Do look a little bit weak those Johnson hinting data here. But so I do more digging on this. And there was a report that they're the quality of their MAC book and new iphones is possibly down. I saw I saw a little bit of a notification that they've admitted there's maybe some issues there. I think the bigger issue is one of their suppliers hinting at a weak quarter meeting the demand from apple might be pretty weak for new production. But nonetheless in the markets not loving. It's Dow down nearly one point seven percent s&p down on one and a half, NASDAQ down two point six percent. So what's head now and talk a little bit about one of those tech companies that is struggling to they actually Amazon. With us getting a little bit more clarity on maybe where h q two is landing with the the rumors out last week that they were actually going to split it between Canada northern Virginia DC area. I hate by the way. That was why I hate the idea that they're going to split it up rather than just, you know, actually, give one city the big win. Why? Just because that's what I've been expecting. And I've expecting these fifty thousand jobs to go to one place, and now it's kind of a letdown to have it split issue. Two and H Q three. Yeah. Now, it's not HQ to now we got two different ones. If if the rumors are true, the thing that's kind of interesting about this is that. It's kind of disappointing to me. At least is they went through this whole thing for year. Oh, we want every city to apply. We wanna look for the city that has the best education and the best transportation this, and then you're just going to pick New York and DC. Yeah. Like, if you're gonna say like, oh, we want these very specific things. But then you just pick the two biggest hubs in the United States on the east coast. Really? We had to go through this whole dog and pony show. Yeah. And look I get the message. I get that. They wanted all this competition in to make it something that cities were competing over. But we went through all this free to pick New York and DC. Yeah. They still haven't announced anything to which is frustrating. Is that for a while here? We had no idea where it was going to end up. And now the rumors are coming out. And if it ends up being New York and DC I'm be really disappointed. I'm still sticking with Boise. The the interesting article here on CNN businesses that the interest in real estate in those two areas. So crystal city in Virginia and Long Island city in New York interest from real estate investors is up massive amounts. Redfin. Found searches in the first six days of November group three hundred forty five percent in crystal city and six hundred sixty percent in Long Island city. So people trying to make a quick flip on some properties. It looks like and to be fair. So if you're talking about, you know, near transportation, if you've ever looked at a map of DC, or if you've ever been to DC crystal city is literally it is right next to Reagan airport. The Pentagon, right? Yeah. It's it's pretty much right in the middle of all that. So it's you can pretty much walk across the street to the airport. If you want to a certain extent, I give him credit. Okay. At least like you're taking the transportation thing seriously. But again, we went through a year and a half like not a year and a half, but a little over a year to get to DC and New York come on like we could've we could've moved a little bit more rapidly on this. This story is a phenomenal one here. Pabst blue ribbon saying that Miller Coors is trying to put them out of business not by competition. But in fact, what's interesting, and I didn't know before this Miller Coors, actually, brews, Pabst blue ribbon for them. They do. Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty entertaining. I may I kind of. In the back of my head. I kind of knew that a lot of these smaller brands, which PBR taps is a pretty big band. But I knew that a lot of these just use the other facilities, but you've had so much consolidation happened at this point that Miller Coors is really the only company that has the production capabilities to handle the demand from paps Anheuser Busch doesn't do any like subletting of their of their facilities. And so what is so paths is pretty much saying, look, we Miller Coors is the one who's making this for us. We feel that we're not able to compete otherwise. And yes, they've gotta deal that goes through twenty twenty that says the Miller Coors is going to brew their beer until twenty twenty. And then there's some interesting information about there's two possibilities for five year extensions after that. And but perhaps is saying that. Yeah. It'd be one thing if you just said, hey, economically. It doesn't make sense for us. But they somehow got you know, what they're considering inside information. That Miller Coors went out of their way to bring in consultants and find ways that they could legally break this contract. So that they could try and harm paps business. And it's a pretty tough argument to make their I mean, it seems like Miller Coors would have the option to say look. Either you pay us what we want or we're not doing this anymore. It it really makes you here's the thing that I wonder about. So I think that the name has a ton of value. Yeah. Paps goes out of business. Someone's going to pick up that brand and do something with it. So either way I don't think this is the end of Pabst. It might be the end of this run with Miller Coors Brewing for them. And you might see prices change locations changing distributors change. That's how far it would be. If contract runs up at twenty twenty you have what thirteen months to put on a huge manufacturing facility. They do four point five million barrels of beer a year right now. I mean, you can't just turn that around in a week thirteen months, even so it could be a pretty big detriment to paps paths business. It does go through..
"miller coors" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"No holiday in Wall Street. Trading today on the markets open in just a couple of minutes. Stock futures do point two red numbers. A battle of the beer heads to court taps brewing company and Miller Coors are heading to trial to settle a contract dispute. Paps accuses the brewing giant of trying to undermine its competitor. By breaking a contract to make their products. Paps lawyers. Argue the company is very existence relies on its business relationship with Chicago based Miller Coors, which has made and shipped nearly all of paps beers since nineteen ninety nine. Nine Miller Coors argues. It's not obligated to continue brewing for paths, and that doesn't wanna pay enough to justify it and Carrick Fox News with Southwest Airlines one of the bigger players at DIA chances. Are you're familiar with the boarding procedure. But southwest is experimenting with something new and a handful of market south west has passengers boarding at both front and rear cabin door ideas to speed up the boarding process. And improve the airlines on time performance company says it's not likely we'll probably see this boarding process nationwide because boarding through the rear door means you gotta go up. Some of those rolltop stairs, not practical with the weather in some cities last month. Southwest was the second best among the four largest carriers at the for on time performance. Hey kids. What do you wanna be? When you grow up. Amazon has a suggestion. The internet retail giant is launching a program called appropriately enough Amazon future engineer hoping to teach more than ten million students a year how to code Amazon is picking up the tab. Tab for summer camps teacher, training and other initiatives to reach lower income kids and young adults. It says otherwise might not have the opportunity to learn coding one thing. It isn't saying how much the program will cost. Daria Albinger, ABC news. As we mentioned there is trading today on Wall Street and in our next money update. We'll have our first look at today's numbers..
Pabst claims MillerCoors is trying to put the hipster beer out of business
"Is accusing Miller Coors of trying to force it out of business. The tube companies headed to court today over paps claims at Miller Coors wants to end a partnership through which Miller Coors, brews, Pabst beers, including old Milwaukee lonestar Miller. Coors says it can mend the deal that since a paps does not wanna pay enough to keep it going the tenth anniversary a winner
A war is brewing between Pabst and Miller-Coors
"War is brewing. USA's Rick Vincent has more Pabst brewing company and Miller Coors. You're heading to trial Monday to settle a contract dispute in which paths accuser the brewing giant of trying to undermine its competitor. By breaking a contract to make their products. Patch lawyers argue the company's very existence relies on its business relationship with Chicago based Miller Coors, which has made and shipped nearly all a pamphlet beers since nineteen ninety nine Miller Coors argues. It's not obligated to continue brewing for Pabst and the paths doesn't wanna pay enough to justify it for USA
"miller coors" Discussed on WTVN
"Lachapelle ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. The wildfire burning across northern California is now the deadliest in the state's history. The number of dead on the campfire in northern California. His jump to twenty nine the worry is more bodies will be found some have been in their cars appearing they were trying to escape on the Wolsey fire here in southern California. Two people have died statewide now the fires have killed thirty one people ABC's Alec stone in Los Angeles officials have extended a red flag warning for gusty wind and low humidity across the state Democrats take over the house next year and appears they're not just going to investigate but offer legislation as well. They're going to be plowing ahead on their legislative priorities and tackling these investigations. And I think you're gonna see issues like healthcare we had so many Republicans come out and say they want to do something to protect preexisting conditions. I think Democrats are going to say, okay when you put your money where your mouth is. And also, I think on gun control, you're likely to see very quickly ABC's Mary Bruce in Washington going to trial in Milwaukee county court in the morning. Trial of a lawsuit. Brought by patch brewing company against Miller Coors. Chicago-based Miller Coors, produces packages and ships nearly all Pabst brewing company's products, including Pabst, blue ribbon old, Milwaukee and lonestar, but Pabst is arguing that Miller. Coors wants to put it out of business by ending a long standing partnership, so they can grab a share of the cheap beer market Miller. Coors says it doesn't have the capacity to serve paps needs anymore. And Pap says the bureau would only agree to an extension for triple the price. A company wants more than four hundred million dollars in damages and for Miller Coors to be ordered to honor their deal. Todd ant ABC news under Australian police have made their first arrest in the instances of sewing needles found in strawberry sold in six. Australian states of fifty year old woman who worked in the strawberry industry is in custody. She's facing seven counts of goods contamination. Each count carries a maximum of ten years in prison. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying I quit, and how.
"miller coors" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Export-led now. News update. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. The wildfire burning across northern California is now the deadliest in the state's history. The number of dead on the campfire in northern California. His jump to twenty nine the worry is more bodies will be found some have been in their cars appearing they were trying to escape on the Wolsey fire here in southern California. Two people have died statewide now the fires have killed thirty one people ABC's Alec stone in Los Angeles officials have extended a red flag warning for gusty wind and low humidity across the state Democrats take over the house next year and appears they're not just going to investigate but offer legislation as well. They're going to be plowing ahead on their legislative priorities and tackling these investigations. And I think you're gonna see issues like healthcare we had so many Republicans come out and say they want to do something to protect preexisting conditions. I think Democrats are going to say, okay when you put your money where your mouth is. And also, I think on gun control, you're likely to see very quickly ABC's Mary Bruce in Washington going to trial in Milwaukee county court in the morning. Trial of a lawsuit. Brought by patch brewing company against Miller Coors. Chicago-based Miller Coors, produces packages and ships nearly all of Pabst brewing company's products, including Pabst, blue ribbon old, Milwaukee and lonestar, but Pabst is arguing that Miller. Coors wants to put it out of business by ending a long standing partnership, so they can grab a share of the cheap beer market Miller. Coors says it doesn't have the capacity to serve paps needs anymore. And Pap says the bureau would only agree to an extension for triple the price. A company wants more than four hundred million dollars in damages and for Miller Coors to be ordered to honor their deal. Todd ant ABC news down under. Australian police have made their first arrest in the instances of sewing needles found in strawberries, sold in six Australian states a fifty year old woman who worked in the strawberry industry is in custody. She's facing seven counts of goods contamination. Each count carries a maximum of ten years in prison. You're listening to ABC news. Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying I quit, and how.
"miller coors" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Across northern California is now the deadliest in the state's history. The number of dead on the campfire in northern California. His jump to twenty nine the worry is more bodies will be found some have been in their cars appearing they were trying to escape on the Wolsey fire here in southern California. Two people have died statewide now the fires have killed thirty one people ABC's Alec stone in Los Angeles officials have extended a red flag warning for gusty wind and low humidity across the state Democrats take over the house next year and appears they're not just going to investigate but offer legislation as well. They're going to be plowing ahead on their legislative priorities and tackling these investigations. And I think you're gonna see issues like healthcare we had so many Republicans come out and say they want to do something to protect preexisting conditions. I think Democrats are going to say, okay when you put your money where your mouth is. And also, I think on gun control, you're likely to see very quickly ABC's Mary Bruce in Washington going to trial in Milwaukee county court in the. Morning trial of a lawsuit. Brought by Pabst brewing company against Miller Coors. Chicago-based Miller Coors, produces packages and ships nearly all of Pabst brewing company's products, including Pabst, blue ribbon old, Milwaukee lonestar. But Pabst is arguing that Miller. Coors wants to put it out of business by ending a longstanding partnership, so they can grab a share of the cheap beer market Miller. Coors says it doesn't have the capacity to serve paps needs anymore. And Pap says the bureau would only agree to an extension for triple the price. A company wants more than four hundred million dollars in damages and for Miller Coors to be ordered to honor their deal. Todd ant ABC news and under Australian police have made their first arrest in the instances of sewing needles found in strawberries, sold in six Australian states, a fifty year old woman who worked in the strawberry industry is in custody. She's facing seven counts of goods contamination. Each count carries a maximum of ten years in prison. You're listening to ABC news..
"miller coors" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Before we go back to the Jack Benny program. We've got a little bit of news with Roger badesch. And right now, there's a very special type of trial that will be starting on Monday. It's a battle over brewing. And it will be in Milwaukee Pabst brewing company and Miller Coors are going to trial over Papp's charged that the Miller company wants to stop making paps products. Miller Coors has made nearly all Papp's beers since nineteen ninety nine as wildfires continued rage on both ends of California officials releasing another statistic. Six more dead in the northern California. Fires raising the death toll there to twenty nine. It has matched California's record for deaths in a single fire. Another two hundred and twenty eight remain unaccounted for as crew stepped up the search for bodies and missing people two people were killed in a wildfire in southern California. Those fires are still being fought on the walking man accused of threatening. A polling place on election day facing several charges including recklessly endangering safety and carrying a concealed weapon. Twenty year old Brandon Baker told police that he had planned to go to the poll and in his words, aired out. We'll check sports traffic weather next on WGN. And I'm single I'm Tom McGuire. And I'm Mary Nelson cons, and I'm still divorced guest on WGN plus called single married, divorced. It's a show where we take a look at a relationship question. And then discuss them for three different points at the bigger. Breakup, dating. We don't bicker. It's called a.
"miller coors" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I'm rusty Mellberg. Milwaukee police asking for help in finding a vehicle involved in a fatal hit and run early. This morning. Police are looking for a metallic blue four door Chevy Cruz. That's the vehicle they believe hit and killed a twenty three year old man near Sherman capital, family and friends identifying him as syndrich Allen more than one thousand veterans marched in the fifty fifth annual Veterans Day parade in downtown Milwaukee. Saturday each branch was represented on kill board avenue. The crowd was full of patriotic supporters and their support was meaningful. Army veteran, Jon Morgan who marched in the parade took notice be out here in this cold weather stays on the sideline does walking down the street. No, respect, Dale. Although the cold kept crowd numbers, lower than usual. Veterans say it was more than a parade. But a gesture of support for men and women who fought for our country. Other services and observances taking place today, but cream city Klay in west Allis giving veterans and artistic way to express themselves through pottery navy vet Katie Gruber, one a three veterans honored by cream city pointing out its advantages therapeutic mindful great thing to do. And it's it's it's a good environment. For everyone army veteran Matt Watkins who is to tour in Vietnam veteran says creating vases gives them a sense of peace Sam starting to tear up a little bit people. Don't know what it takes even if you don't go to Vietnam each artist also saying that after serving the country, it is important and okay to take care of yourself. A beer battle is brewing in court beginning tomorrow in Milwaukee says ABC's Todd. Chicago-based Miller Coors, produces packages and ships nearly all of Pabst brewing company's products, including Pabst, blue ribbon old, Milwaukee lonestar. But Pabst is arguing Miller Coors wants to put it out of business by ending a long standing partnership, so they can grab a share of the cheap beer market Miller. Coors says it doesn't have the capacity to serve paps needs anymore. And Pap says the bureau would only agree to an extension for triple the price. The company wants more than four hundred million dollars in damages and for Miller Coors to be ordered to honor their deal. Todd ant, ABC news, sports, traffic and weather next. WTMJ news time eleven oh. Two..
"miller coors" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Home. Israel alone. There's a lot of preparation that just to be able to be back to running again. So I'm excited. Daddy yankee's today series Tonelli tonight in Oakland starting play today. The Yankee lead on the as the host the one game while card is four and a half. In other words, Yankee win tonight and Martin would be five and a half a loss in the leaders cut the three and a half with twenty two games to go. Simple. As that Yankees. Luis Severino against Mike. Fires dodgers tonight. The Los Angeles Zack Wheeler gave up one rod at a loss to the giants on Friday nights. Snapping a seven game win streak and Wheeler against the dodgers tonight. August numbers included, a one point one three ERA, and he somehow had a lawsuit a no decision amongst the six starts the expert. Justin Turner continues to be one of LA's top players last month. He had four zero two with six home runs and twenty two RBI the extreme heat policy back in effect for third consecutive day at the US open Naomi Osaka against leashes Sorrento Osaka wins in straight in the Mets. It took basically an hour. Sports fifteen to forty five around the clock. Macos ten ten win sports wins. News time one seventeen. This is a test of the emergency alert system. Wins. News time one eighteen the Baltimore Orioles. Uniforms will look different for the game on September eighteenth or more accurately, they'll feel of different the team is honoring the fortieth anniversary of the national federation of the blinds moved to Baltimore by donning. The first braille jerseys in all of American professional sports. The jerseys will sport braille lettering of both Orioles and player last names on top of that the first fifteen thousand fans at the game. We'll get an Orioles braille alphabet card after the game. The team says the jerseys will be autographed by the players and auctioned off with Percy's going to the national federation of the blind. I'm TJ Cudicini Miller Coors is going lighter. But it's not about a new beer in a post on the behind the beer, blogs, Chicago-based Miller Coors, says it's cutting three hundred and fifty salary jobs across the country, including two hundred jobs currently occupied CEO Gavin Hattersley saying they're moving quickly and decisively to get our. Business back on track saying, our current fixed cost base limits. Our ability to do all this this year, the company has seen volumes decline more than five percent,.
Icahn, with sizable stake in Cigna, to oppose Express Scripts acquisition
"Purpose Movers and, shakers the cost named Greg Bloomberg market movers and shakers with Carol. Massar and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg radio I'm Pimm FOX along with Bob, everywhere in for Carol Massar and Jason Kelly taking a look at the s. and p. five hundred one hundred and fifty three issues advance three hundred and forty seven decline and five remain unchanged Bob every. Let's, start, with your movers and shakers well. Tim I gotta go with the underwear we've got the Hanes brands that is no longer going to, be selling its exclusive line of champion active wear at target stores and that stock is. Down of it's what happened. To it it's down by twenty percent I think it was like nineteen percent and it's it's a ridiculous amount that showing how I. Think that investors are kind of fickle when. It comes to the, big box stores on the one, hand they punish the the shopping malls, but on the other They give it a lot of a lot of. Weight when it comes to retailers selling their wares there let me just, tell you about the shares of trip advisor down today by about a half a percent moving a little bit lower in after hours trading after reporting second quarter earnings of forty one cents a share estimates. Were, for, forty cents but revenue missed analysts. Estimates four hundred and thirty three million for the quarter estimates were for four thirty five we'll bring, you an update on trip advisor and it's guidance right now shares down eleven percent after. Revenue MRs Wall Street estimates. Sets trip advisor and yes trip adviser is of course based in Needham home to Bloomberg one zero six one Boston newburyport at thirteen. Thirty in metro west and the south short. We love our listeners, all over the glass Red Sox, nation yes it is I'm going to give you a positive today feeling good it is. Miller Coors the ticker is t. a. p. Molson course did. I, say Miller The old one I now it's Molson thank. You okay Molson, Coors Brewing company is having, a joint venture with hydro Pathak Kerry Corp in Canada to develop a non alcoholic cannabis infused beverage so. You're combining I guess it's not alcoholic but there's only it's. Only a matter of time till they get wise and start putting alcohol in it you're getting two of. My favorite things their business and pleasure I'm, not even gonna talk about that shares of Express Scripts down about six and a quarter percent. Today this comes after disclosure that the activist investor Carl Icahn has built a pretty sizable, stake in Cigna and that plans to oppose the fifty four, billion dollar takeover of Express Scripts is according to people familiar with the matter now the. Exact, size of Carl Icahn stay couldn't immediately be, learned but. It's below that five. Percent threshold that would have required him to. Disclose his holdings nevertheless The shares of Express Scripts responding to that news down more than six and a quarter. Percent Sticking with the underwear of motif yes they have here under armor is down today under armor is I'm not quite sure why been searching the Bloomberg terminal for, why under or maybe it's just one of those, things where if you have Hanes brands down you have the leak over to all the other Underwear Underwear Elastic on out of the. Underwear I want listeners to know that I made Pimm FOX laugh on it is not an easy thing to. Do, well let me tell you about MGM that's not a laughing matter for shareholders m. g. m. resort the stock down more than nine. Percent in today's, trading this of course has to do with the revenue going to accelerate beyond the trough of tough rather a tough second. Quarter I beg your pardon. Bob I'm just trying to do two things at once and at the. Tesla second quarter adjusted loss of three. Dollars six cents estimate was for a two dollar and ninety cent. Loss so worse-than-expected for for, tesla and they've, been you, know they've been criticized for burning cash and not making any profit You know most people would love to see a an electric car company. Succeed boys tesla having a. Hard time yeah they're burden through a lot of money let me just. Tell you what happened with the Vicks. Today we'll get the tesla in just a second the vix moved. Higher today it was up, three percent adding, zero point, four zero to the vix settling at thirteen point twenty three Dave My name is. Dave You're doing.
New wildfire in northern California kills one, spurs evacuation
"The daily summer averages about forty three hundred megawatts and officials say they can handle unanticipated power to ban of about six thousand megawatts over the next couple of days but it is a small margin dwp's record peak demand was more than sixty five hundred megawatts on august thirty first of just last year michael krozier kfi new brushfire in the irwin del area has burned nearly thirty acres close to the miller coors brewery the fire was first spotted yesterday afternoon in the santa fe dam recreation area the flames started moving closer to a storage area at the brewery within a couple of hours firefighters said they had a good handle on the blaze wildfire in northern california's for some closures of the five all the way up to the border the fire started yesterday near the town of horn some evacuations have been ordered the fires burned five thousand acres the wildfires that started in yellow county near sacramento is burned eight thousand eight thousand acres and not ones just set thirty three percent contained the wildfire started nearly a week ago some mandatory evacuations are still in effect the fires destroyed at least nine buildings more than sixty wildfires are burning across the western u s two been especially destructive east of salt lake city the dollar ridge fire has destroyed ninety homes in southern colorado fire allegedly started by an illegal immigrant arsonist from denmark has destroyed more than a hundred homes police in la say they're trying to figure out why a mom abandoned her son at union station the woman was arrested yesterday for child endangerment lapd captain brian pratt says the boy was found wandering alone wednesday night hundreds of thousands of people through here every day walking.
"miller coors" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You spot a counterfeit bill not a chance i mean unless it was so bad so i mean it depends if you handed me something that looks like monopoly money of course i could spot that but i'm not so sure that i could make out a good one what do i have for you here you may want to grab a drink before turning into this news beer lovers a pabst blue ribbon shortage may be on the horizon cnbc reported this week that the iconic grew and miller coors are heading to court november as pabst his filled a half billion filed route sorry one not too filed a half billion dollar lawsuit against the powerhouse brewery according to the outlet the two are feuding over reported breach by miller coors and the decades old agreement that the keystone beermaker would brew papp's legacy beers including the conic pbr until two thousand twenty peer fight yeah how about this tween calls nine one one after parents serve him sal so tween is someone who's not yet a teenager i guess i've never heard the tournament till i usually i think it's twelve isn't that yeah this kid really hates sally twelve year old boy from halifax nova scotia so unhappy with his parents sir tim up a leafy dinner last week a he made his displeasure known by calling nine one one when a cops did not respond to his emergency in a timely fashion he called again just to reiterate how much he hates crunching on a bowl of raw tossed vegetables you think this kid is really going to then be attracted to baseball because you shave off forty five seconds in between the ball in play because he uses phone to call nine one one because mom and dad served him something healthy that guy named listen to this is the youth of i was gonna say america there's no croutons on it even i got two words for that kit shut up there's a durkee jeez spinach new vegetables is good story for you all you can eat restaurant closes after customers eat too much and all you can eat restaurant and china's shut its doors after it fell into debt only two weeks after opening the chinese leaks hotspots started out by offering a month of unlimited food for twenty five dollars starting june first way there is a day like in the seventies when i was growing up and you long for your parents to take you to the place with ponderosa high didn't think it was up to read buys one after another chain that was ours david that's only chorale i think is golden corral country buffet old country buffet restaurant should have seen this coming i mean if you're serving chinese food you're just going to get hungry again in twenty minutes aren't you isn't that the joke that's the job you probably heard me talk about this before but you.
Comcast offers $65 billion to lure Fox from Disney bid
"Mediterranean excursion the company's world cruise twenty twenty is one hundred forty day trip around the world a stay in the owner's suite cost two hundred forty thousand dollars a person disney is under the gun to respond to comcast sixty five billion dollar bid we get details from bloomberg's john tucker the ball is in disney's court after comcast's offer for twenty first century fox's entertainment assets the same holdings that disney had agreed to buy for about fifty two point four billion dollars at stake is a trove of media properties ranging from the simpsons to x men that are key to disney fending off the threat from net flicks and other streaming upstarts the question is whether disney can convince fox investors that it's still the most compelling partner comcast is offering thirty five dollars a share for the fox assets saying the bid represents a nineteen percent premium over the disney offer at its cash rather than the stock that disney is proposing john tucker bloomberg radio the trump administration's tariffs on aluminum imports could mean a forty million dollar hit to the bottom line for the largest american owned beer company bloomberg's patrice the kora has details that leaves miller coors with several options it may have to cut back on investments new hires and other costs or raise prices ceo gavin hattersley tells bloomberg quote i can't just go to the shareholders and say you're just going to have to accept my profits going to be forty million dollars less one of his least favourite options would be raising beer prices he says market share would be quote hammered by just a fifty cent increase on a twelve pack the tough decisions are also facing other domestic buyers of the light white metal used to make everything from cans to cars patrice sikora bloomberg radio new york state has filed suit against president trump over his charity the suit accuses the president and his three eldest children of misusing the nonprofit for improper political activity and selfdealing president trump says his foundation gave out more to charity than it took in and that he won't settle the case coming up oil companies are asking to throw out new york's climate change lawsuit i'm pat carroll this is bloomberg business leaders are increasingly demanding the.
"miller coors" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Yeah they say the executives blame him much colder start to the year two thousand seventeen warmer weather drove brisk sales of beer they say over although alcohol consumption is stalling that has intensified a fight between brewers distillers and winemakers for more limited pool of drinkers yeah in the in that battle beer has been losing out especially among younger drinkers growth in wine and spirits has continued though so the chief executive of miller coors the the us unit of molson coors all k so miller coors is the us so told the told analysts at they're they're reporting they they said growth in wine and spirits continued after saying that beer sales are falling last week millennials drinkers were shifting from beer to wine and spirits there you go yeah i'm not a wine person i like wine but i just don't i don't drink enough of it so i actually it's like to the wine connoisseur they're like really i actually get the boxed wines.