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# Diageo

This year
Diageo says delayed plans €200m brewery in Kildare are 'time-sensitive'
Diageo secured planning permission for the project in March but an appeal made in late April has stalled the project.
Diageo reports 5% profit rise following price increases and growth in premium sales
The company said there were double-digit net sales growth in scotch, tequila, and Guinness.
'We don't need it. People are under a lot of pressure': Pubs decry plans to hike price of pints
One publican in Co Galway told The Journal that rising costs is impacting the trade in rural Ireland.
Diageo to increase the price of a pint by 4 cent in second price rise this year
The company said the increase, which will take effect from August, is due to rising input costs.
Diageo ends relationship with rapper Sean 'Diddy' Combs and files legal countersuit
The drinks giant, which owns brands such as Guinness and Tanqueray, announced the move in a court filing in the US yesterday.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs sues Diageo, saying it neglected his drinks brands due to racism
The lawsuit claims the drinks giant starved Combs’ Ciroc vodka and DeLeon tequila of resources.
Kildare man blocks Diageo's plans for a new €200 million brewery outside Newbridge
The sole objector believes that the brewery should instead be built in Athy.
Diageo is raising the price of a pint of Guinness by 12 cent from February
The company said the increase is due to “significant inflation in input costs across our operations”.
Last year
Dublin City Council give green light for Diageo HQ scheme at Guinness Brewery lands
The building, which was once part of Guinness’s brewery operations, will extend to just under 13,000sq ft.
All time
Diageo partners with developer Ballymore to redevelop over 12 acres at St James's Gate site
Diageo plans to to transform 12.6 acres of its nearly 50-acre site to create a mixed-use development.
Diageo to buy Ryan Reynolds-backed gin brand Aviation in €513 million deal
Reynolds will retain a stake in the gin brand as part of the acquisition.
Guinness Storehouse confirms plans to lay-off some staff when it reopens this month
Diageo last week announced a €14 million fund to support pubs recovering from the impact of the Covid-19 lockdown.
Guinness launches €14m fund to help Irish pubs recover from Covid-19 lockdown
The company will provide the funding over a two-year period.
Peter Schmeichel praises young Irish goalie's ingenious way to train while in self-isolation
We all need some good news right now.
The boss of Roe & Co hopes the new whiskey distillery will become an events magnet
Diageo’s mullimillion-euro attraction opens next week.
Diageo to offer 26 weeks fully paid paternity leave to male employees in Ireland
Diageo is introducing the paid paternity scheme from 1 July.
The boss of Diageo's local whiskey says Ireland's luxury range is 'underdeveloped'
The drinks giant wants its new Roe & Co brand to take the lead in the super premium category.
Paschal Donohoe begins transfer of Diageo shares into wife’s name ahead of Budget
The shares are being transferred in a bid to avoid any potential conflict ahead of next month’s Budget.
Donohoe defends his share-holdings in drinks company Diageo
Three ministers were asked about their share-holdings during a press conference today.
Diageo gets the go-ahead to build €25 million whiskey distillery in Dublin city
The distillery will be used for its new premium blended Irish whiskey, Roe & Co.
Guinness-maker Diageo is building a Dublin distillery to create a 'luxury whiskey'
The drinks giant will release its own Irish blend this March.
Smithwick's will be the first Irish beer to reveal its calories
The information labels are expected to feature across the entire Guinness range by early 2017.
Complaint against Guinness upheld over Facebook post that implied 'therapeutic qualities'
Guinness said that the advertisement was a reference to the time it takes for their drink to settle.
Guinness is going vegan by removing the fish guts (wait, the fish guts?)
Yes, a gelatine made from fish bladders is used in its filtration methods.
The world has been losing its thirst for Irish beer
The Iatest market report from the Irish Brewers Association is in.
Guinness could soon be owned by really, really rich Brazilian
If the rumours about Diageo are true that is.
'Public health' initiatives by the drinks industry do not work and should not be allowed
Commercial interests have no place in public health, writes addiction counsellor Rolande Anderson.
What’s the problem with an “Out-of-Control” drinking campaign?
There has been controversy surrounding an anti-binge drinking campaign which, while having an independent Board, is funded by drinks industry giant Diageo.
Diageo steps down from board of Stop Out of Control Drinking campaign
The initiative has been marred by the controversy over the drinking giant’s involvement.
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Alcohol companies may have learned some lessons from the fight against Big Tobacco
A health committee was looking at the government’s proposed new alcohol laws today.
Is Guinness good for you? Look at the label
Diageo will start displaying nutritional information on alcohol.
Another blow for Diageo 'careful drinking' group - as second board member quits
Psychologist Krystian Fikert has quit the board of ‘Stop Out-Of-Control Drinking’. Dr Ciara Kelly stepped down earlier this month.
Guinness is launching a brand new lager
A pint of the yellow stuff, please.
Guinness is launching a brand new lager
It’s the latest in a line of new beers coming from St James’ Gate.
Drinkers across the world are falling out of love with Guinness
But the iconic stout is making a comeback in its home country.
A row over cheap Heineken pints could derail JD Wetherspoon's march on Ireland
The Dutch brewer refused to supply the latest venue in Dún Laoghaire and things snowballed from there…
There was a protest outside the Guinness factory today, here's why
Dozens of farmers held a demonstration.
A famous Irish whiskey is going Mexican after swap deal with Jose Cuervo tequila
Diageo in return is to acquire Tequila Don Julio outright.
They're offloading more premium drinks, but Guinness brewer Diageo has still taken a hit
The world’s biggest spirits group suffered a bit in Europe… and a lot in China.