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Forbes  5 hrs ago  Comment 
On social media, the line between advertising and social influence is blurry at best.
Forbes  May 29  Comment 
The Harvard chemist who gave us the artificial leaf has genetically engineered bacteria to absorb hydrogen and carbon dioxide and convert them into fuel alcohol. Now he reports the process converts sunlight ten times more efficiently than plants do.
guardian.co.uk  May 28  Comment 
New technology is helping alcoholics and casual drinkers alike monitor and manage their consumption How many units of alcohol do you drink each week? It’s a question most people stumble over. It’s not easy to monitor alcohol intake. So...
Forbes  May 27  Comment 
As Millennial buying power increases and the Hispanic population in the U.S. grows, their consumption habits will shape the fortunes of beverage companies like Constellation Brands, Boston Beer and Brown-Forman.
The Hindu Business Line  May 26  Comment 
Shares of GM Breweries may remain in demand on Friday, as its shares turn ex-bonus on Monday. Those wishing to receive bonus shares of the breweries and distilleries major will have to buy the share...
Financial Times  May 26  Comment 
Upstart brewers turn a love of beer into an income
Forbes  May 26  Comment 
Sapporo Breweries is using Oracle Social Cloud and Oracle Marketing Cloud to drive new revenue for the company, give product development new insights into the market, and build relationships with beer fans in a whole new way.
Insurance Journal  May 26  Comment 
A bar in Columbia, S.C., has been accused of serving so much alcohol to one of its underage patrons that he became extremely intoxicated and crashed his motorcycle, killing a 19-year-old woman who was riding with him. The State of …
New York Times  May 25  Comment 
Researchers have analyzed pottery vessels discovered at a site in Shaanxi Province and determined that they are the first direct evidence of a beer-brewing operation.
New York Times  May 25  Comment 
Wednesday: A festival for Fleet Week, science and alcohol, and the king of the tap dancers.




 

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