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  • M&B previously said Piedmont's 230-pence-a-share bid, which values the company at £960 million, "significantly undervalues" the business.

    Offer Pulled for U.K. Pub Group M&B

  • Sparkling wine and rosé are obvious choices, with their zippy bubbles and citrusy kick, as are refreshing reds such as Pinot Noir and Piedmont's vibrant, purple Dolcetto wine.

    A Summer Drinking Selection

  • State Bank & Trust Co. of Macon, Ga., will assume all of Piedmont's deposits, the agency said.

    Regulators Close Four More Banks

  • The Piedmont's sparkling wine from Asti, for example, is second only to Champagne in terms of overall sparkling wine production.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The 2001 Dessilani Spanna Riserva was a spectacularly good example of a budget-friendly Nebbiolo, one of the Piedmont's most illustrious and coveted grapes.

    Does It Make Sense to Cellar Wine Under $20?

  • To get a sneak peak of what's in store for me next month, I looked through my cellar and found a bottle of Barbera, the Piedmont's fruity, drinkable grape.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • "We're very, very fortunate that our community is supportive of our schools," said Ray Gadbois, vice president of Piedmont's school board.

    California Schools' Tough Choices

  • Ken Moss, Piedmont's CEO said the climate bill should help his business.

    GOP Targets Backers of Climate Bill

  • FUCHS: Well, the recovery efforts now, the water -- the city of Piedmont's without water, and some rural water districts without.

    CNN Transcript Mar 20, 2008

  • The proxy says the board determined that the selloff in publicly traded REITs this summer indicates Piedmont's stock "would likely trade at a significant discount to the long-term value of the company."

    Buying Time

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