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  • The Florida Derby now falls on what has become the traditional date of Turfway Park's Grade II Lane's End (formerly known as the Jim Beam, etc).

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  • Fortune Brands Inc., the maker of alcoholic beverages such as Jim Beam bourbon, said last week that fewer U.S. consumers than before are shifting to cheaper spirits brands.

    Bottom Lines Buoy Rebound Hopes

  • Absolut would be a nice addition to Fortune's liquor cabinet, which already features leading brands such as Jim Beam, Courvoisier and Sauza tequila.

    Fortune Brands' Lush Life

  • Alcoholic beverages, such as Jim Beam and Remy Martin, are segregated on a pallet for easy handling and storage.

    Fresh Trout in the Caribbean

  • Fortune, which owns brands such as Jim Beam whiskey, Titleist golf balls and home supply brands including MasterBrand Cabinets and faucet manufacturer Moen, would face hefty tax penalties if it broke apart the company, a source familiar with the company said.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Fortune Brands Inc., which owns brands such as Jim Beam bourbon and Titleist golf equiment.

    Investor Ackman takes big stake in J.C. Penney - latimes.com

  • Penney Co. and Fortune Brands Inc., which owns brands such as Jim Beam bourbon and

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • Fortune will continue to operate as a "pure-play" independent, publicly traded spirits company, focusing on brands such as Jim Beam bourbon, Courvoisier cognac and Sauza tequila.

    Fortune to become ‘pure-play’ spirits firm - MarketWatch

  • Deerfield, Ill. -based Fortune Brands (NYSE: FO) is the parent company for consumer brands such as Jim Beam and Maker's Mark bourbon, Aristokraft cabinets, Moen faucets and Titleist golf products.

    Los Angeles Business News - Local Los Angeles News | Los Angeles Business from bizjournals

  • DEERFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- Fortune Brands Inc. said Friday third-quarter profit rose 61 percent, boosted by gains and sales growth of brands such as Jim Beam and Maker's Mark.

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