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New fathers can take 26 weeks paid paternity leave at the Guinness maker in several markets including Ireland. Photograph: Luke MacGregor / Reuters.

Drinks giant Diageo is introducing 26 weeks fully paid leave to new fathers in Ireland and many of the markets in which it operates, matching the bene(...)

Diageo generally suffers when sterling rises because it reduces the value of its largely foreign sales. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

Guinness-maker Diageo on Thursday forecast a much bigger than previously expected hit from foreign exchange movements this year after weeks of volatil(...)

In Europe, Guinness sales rose 6 per cent for the year ended June 30th. Photograph: iStock

Drinks firm Diageo reported higher sales and profits on Thursday as organic growth overcame the negative impacts of foreign exchange. The Guinness ma(...)

Guinness owner Diageo is in the process of a €16 million investment in the Guinness Storehouse.

Drinks giant Diageo has announced a £150 million (€173.5 million) investment over three years to “transform” its Scotch whisky visitor experiences. T(...)

The maker of Guinness, Baileys, Johnnie Walker Scotch and Smirnoff vodka reported net sales of £6.4 billion (€7.52bn) and operating profit of £2 billion, up 14.5 per cent and 28 per cent respectively

Diageo, the world’s largest distilled drinks company, reported a 4.4 per cent rise in sales for the half-year to December 31st. The maker of Guinness(...)

Globally, Guinness net sales increased 9 per cent Photo: Bloomberg

First-half profit at drinks group Diageo beat analysts’ estimates as the world’s largest distiller posted better-than-expected sales and gained market(...)

Diageo plans to use net proceeds of about £320 million after tax and transaction costs to repay borrowings

Drinks group Diageo has agreed the $552 million (€483m) sale of its major wine interests to Treasury Wine Estates, it said on Wednesday, as part of it(...)

Globally, Guinness sales were flat in the 12 months to the end of June

Sales of Guinness rose 2 per cent in Ireland in the year ending June 30th but were flat elsewhere. Meanwhile, sales of Baileys - the most popular crea(...)

Diageo, the world’s biggest distiller, expects its business in China to return to growth as early as next year. Photo: Reuters

Diageo, the world’s biggest distiller, expects its business in China to return to growth as early as next year as the company overcomes austerity meas(...)

Guinness grew 1.4 per cent to a share of 8.9 per cent in the off trade in Ireland while returning a 32.7 per cent for the on trade

Sales of Guinness rose 1 per cent in Ireland for the second half of 2014, taking the brand back to growth for the first time in six years.Diageo said (...)

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