Where to seal the biggest beer deal ever? A tiny house in London

 In International
After weeks of public grandstanding and private haggling, the biggest consumer-goods takeover in history was ultimately decided by a handful of men in a tiny brick house on a one-lane street in London.
At meetings on Monday in the diminutive St. James’s home of boutique advisory firm Robey Warshaw, beermakers Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller reached a deal to create a colossus that’s poised to dominate global brewing.  Sydney Morning Herald – Read more…

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