Corporate boilermaker

24 May 2017 By Rob Cox

At first blush, Constellation Brands, with roots in an upstate New York vineyard, and Brown-Forman, maker of Confederate tipple Jack Daniel’s, seem to have little in common. But a heritage of family control, maintained via dual-class shares, makes a $56 bln union look doable.

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