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Intel Cut; Anheuser-Busch and Big Lots Are Looking Better

In Tuesday's Analysts' Actions, a downgrade for Intel (INTC) following its Altera Corp (ALTR) acquisition, while Anheuser Busch Inbev SA (BUD) and Big Lots (BIG) get a higher rating.

How the Family Behind Glenfiddich Whisky Withstands the Test of Time

Building a sense of commitment to a long term enterprise is the key to maintaining a family business through the years.

Jack Daniel Distillery Seeks Commemorative Stamp From USPS

Jack Daniel Distillery is asking the U.S. Postal Service to issue a stamp honoring its founder as the distillery prepares for its 150th anniversary.

Corona, Modelo Especial Drinkers Boost Constellation Brands' Profit

Shares of Constellation Brands are climbing on Wednesday after the wine and spirits company reported fiscal fourth quarter profit that beat expectations as beer sales took off.

Lots of Green in Irish Whiskey, New Homes and the Cloud

There was a lot of green Beyond Wall Street this week and not just in St. Patrick's Day parades across the country.

Diageo's Guinness Wants St. Patrick's Day to Be for Everyone

Guinness announced it would not sponsor the New York City St. Patrick's Day parade over the organizers' discrimination against LGBTQ groups marching in the parade.

Irish Whiskey Growth Not Just for Giants Like Jameson

Americans have definitively developed the taste for Irish whiskey and not just on St. Patrick's Day. In 2013, 2.5 million cases were sold, up 17.5% from 2012.

Tullamore Dew Doing Brisk Sales Ahead of St. Patrick's Day Rush

Irish whiskey is the fastest growing whiskey category in the U.S., growing over 18% over the last 3 years, and St. Patrick's Day is the biggest day of the year for Tullamore Dew.

Pairing Super Bowl Chili With Whiskey and Red Wine

Sommelier Jean-Luc Le Du pairs the beverages with two famous recipes.

Suntory Buys Beam for $16 Billion, Gets Maker's Mark and Jim Beam

Japan's Suntory Holdings said it will buy liquor company Beam for $16 billion, including debt -- receiving iconic American brands like Jim Beam and Maker's Mark.