McCain's wife said pressured in beer deal
Cindy McCain, wife of the likely GOP U.S. presidential nominee, is facing some pressure over a possible sale of Anheuser-Busch, politicians' comments suggest.
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#1 Jun 26, 2008
This will be interesting how it plays out. Her husband is looking to pick up votes from the average Joe, many of which work at Anheuser Busch. With so many voters undecided, this could be a definate positive in bringing democratic fence hangers over to the republicans.However it is her money and she should be able to do with it as she likes in theory.However it looks as though another money hungry Republican is all about the almighty dollar and to hell with a great American co. and it's workers if she were to accept the buy out.I actually believe it would hurt his presidential chances (fair or not).
#2 Jun 26, 2008
as a stockholder I understanding this is a hostile takeover and I will have no choice in this matter to either sell my stock or i will become a stockholder in Inbev and I really don't like either option and I seriously doubt if Any other Stockholder likes these limited options I dont want to sell and I dont want to be a stockholder in inbev THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ARE TRYING TO CURTAIL ANY HOSTILE TAKEOVER AND I SUPPORT THEM BUT ONLY TIME WILL TELL
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