But the beer brewing juggernaut just fried a much larger fish that should leave investors' taste buds tingling this month.
News & Analysis: SABMILLER PLC SP ADR
A U.K. judge's ruling takes the deciding votes out of the hands of major shareholders.
Investors still have the chance to derail the merger as permission is being sought to lower the threshold for killing the deal.
The law of unintended consequences rears its ugly head once again.
The brewing juggernaut turned in a light quarter but more importantly remains on track with its proposed acquisition of SABMiller.
The sporting goods industry has become the latest example of how competition and disruption are forcing everyone from big-box chains to mom-and-pop stores to adapt to the new world order in retail.
When companies' assets include iconic brands known the world over, you can expect they will reward patient shareholders for decades to come.
The sale is part of the company's attempt to ease regulatory approval for its merger with SABMiller, but did management let it go too cheap?
Signing off on this item allowed a deal to go through in 2008, but it may be causing problems now.
Many analysts are bullish that the deal can get done, but only if the brewers agree to divest certain key assets