L.A. Times: 3 Years After InBev Deal, a New Anheuser-Busch

From the Los Angeles Times:

They wear jeans to work now. It no longer feels odd. They walk by flower beds that might not be tended as obsessively as in years past. Certainly fewer of them report to work each day at the St. Louis brewery and adjacent office building.

Once the global headquarters of Anheuser-Busch, today it's the North American headquarters of Anheuser-Busch InBev.

They still make big decisions in St. Louis, but now executives in New York City sometimes sign off on them too.

This month marked the three-year anniversary since InBev took control of Anheuser-Busch in a $52-billion deal that rocked St. Louis, spreading justified fear of job losses and the anxiety that comes with losing control of a business widely considered a cultural institution.

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