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Diageo has sold its Percy Fox wine business to Treasury Wine Estates of Australia, as part of a £361m deal.

Diageo is to sell the Bushmills whiskey distillery in County Antrim to Jose Cuervo of Mexico, in return for full ownership of Tequila Don Julio.

Diageo has won approval from Highland Council to open a visitor centre at Clynelish Distillery in Brora, as part of a £30m expansion.

Diageo is to invest £5m in the training of hospitality workers in Scotland over the next five years, as part of the Learning for Life programme.

Diageo has submitted plans to Highland Council to invest £30m in the expansion of its Clynelish distillery in Sutherland.

Diageo is to invest £30m in the expansion of its Mortlach whisky distillery on Speyside, as part of a £1bn investment plan announced last year.

Diageo is to transfer the bottling of Johnnie Walker whisky from Alloa to the Ardagh Group in Doncaster.

Diageo is planning to build a new whisky distillery at Teaninich in the Highlands by next year, with the creation of 20 jobs, and will also invest £30m in new production facilities in Speyside.

Diageo is seeking permission to invest £1.5m in the expansion of its archive and heritage facility in Clackmannanshire.

Diageo is to submit plans to Highland Council to expand its Glen Ord distillery, including six new stills and ten fermentation vessels.

Diageo has unveiled three potential sites in Ross-shire and Speyside to build a new malt whisky distillery.

Diageo is to invest £1bn in the expansion of its Scotch whisky business over the next five years, including a new distillery in northern Scotland, warehouses and 100 jobs.

Diageo is creating 39 new jobs at its drinks sales and marketing operation in Boucher Road, Belfast.

Diageo is to submit plans to invest £150m in the development of 46 whisky warehouses at Begg Farm near Kirkcaldy, with the creation of 40 jobs.

Diageo is considering a number of potential locations in Scotland for new warehousing, and plans have been submitted to Fife Council for a site near Kirkcaldy.

Diageo is planning to build a £6m bioenergy plant at its Glenlossie distillery in Speyside.

Diageo has submitted plans to Moray Council for the £9.5m expansion of its Dailuaine distillery in Speyside.

Diageo is to invest £3.5m in the expansion of the Caol Ila distillery on Islay by the end of the year.

Diageo is to acquire Mey Icki, the Turkish spirits manufacturer, from TPG Capital and Actera for £1.3bn.

Diageo has started work on the £86m expansion of its whisky bottling plant at Leven in Fife, which will create about 400 jobs from summer 2011.

Diageo is planning to more than double production at its Bushmills distillery in Antrim over the next three years, with the creation of an unspecified number of jobs.

Diageo is to shed up to 900 jobs over the next two years with the closure of a packaging plant in Kilmarnock and the Port Dundas distillery in Glasgow, but 400 jobs will be created through the £86m expansion of a packaging plant in Leven, Fife.

Diageo is considering plans to close its headquarters in central London, in order to relocate staff to Park Royal.

Diageo and Dalkia are planning to build a £65m biomass plant to recycle waste at its Cameronbridge distillery in Fife over the next two years.

Diageo is investing £1.5m in improvements to the Old Bushmills distillery in County Antrim, in order to double output over the next five years.

Diageo is to acquire Rosenblum Cellars, the US wine producer, for £53m.

Diageo is investing about £120m in the expansion of its distillery and other facilities in Scotland, including the Cameronbridge grain site in Fife, bottling capacity in Glasgow and various warehouse sites.

Diageo is planning to build a £80m whisky distillery at Roseisle near the Moray Firth by 2009, while £20m will be invested in bottling and warehouse facilities, with the creation of 200 jobs.

Diageo is to invest £9m in the expansion of its drinks plant in Leven, Fife, including the installation of a new bottling line for Tanqueray gin and the creation of 22 jobs.

Diageo is to acquire the Bushmills Irish whiskey brand from Pernod Ricard for about £200m.

Diageo is to acquire Chalone Wine, the US winemaker, for £134m, adding to its two existing Californian vineyards.

Diageo is to acquire Ursus Vodka, the Dutch owner of two vodka brands, for £102m.

Diageo is planning to expand the Guinness production plant in Runcorn by next summer, with the creation of scores of jobs.

Diageo is to invest £4m at the Cameronbridge Distillery at Windygates in Fife, in order to make efficiency and environmental improvements to the production process.

Diageo is planning to sell its Burger King fast food business to a US private equity consortium headed by Texas Pacific Group for £950m.

Diageo is to create 93 jobs at a new £41m drinks plant in Mallusk, Belfast, from July 2003, which will bottle Baileys Original Irish Cream Liqueur.

Diageo has agreed to sell its Burger King fast food business to a consortium that includes Texas Pacific Group, Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners for about £1.4bn.

Diageo is to sell its Glen Ellen wine business in the US to Franzia Winery for £58m.

Diageo is planning to open 35 new Burger King restaurants in 2002, with the creation of 1,250 jobs, as part of a strategy to reach almost 1,000 UK outlets by 2006.

Diageo has announced plans for a £13m expansion at its alcopops bottling plant in Leven, Fife, with the creation of up to 70 jobs.

Diageo is planning to open more than 200 Burger King fast food restaurants across Europe, Africa and the Middle East this year.

Diageo and Pernod Ricard have agreed to acquire the spirits business of Seagram for £5.54bn, and now plan to sell off the Oddbins off-licence chain and a number of smaller Seagram brands.

Diageo has announced plans to relocate the sales and marketing operations of Guinness UDV from Harlow to the Guinness brewery site in Park Royal, London, by April 2002.

Diageo is to sell a Brazilian spirits subsidiary to Campari of Italy for undisclosed terms.

Diageo has confirmed plans to merge its Pillsbury food division with General Mills of the US and to combine its UDV spirits business with its Guinness brewing division, in order to focus the group on alcoholic drinks.

Diageo has submitted plans to Perth & Kinross Council to expand Gleneagles Hotel, with 60 new bedrooms and new spa and conference facilities.

Diageo is planning to set up an internet trading market for its suppliers, in order to combine purchasing budgets across its operations in 200 countries and to negotiate discounts.

Diageo has announced plans to open at least 85 Burger King restaurants in the UK in 2000, creating about 3,000 jobs.

Diageo is to sell its 88% stake in Spanish brewer Cruzcampo to Heineken for £426m.