Budweiser cancels biggest IPO of 2019, France passes a US tech tax, and Bird’s profitability drama

Budweiser cancels biggest IPO of 2019, France passes a US tech tax, and Bird’s profitability drama

Snacks Daily - July 15, 2019 - 17:06

Earth’s biggest brew-glomerate, Budweiser-owner AB InBev, was planning the biggest IPO of the year by spinning off its Asia unit — that was suddenly canceled before the weekend. France unveiled a “tech tax,” but it really looks like a tariff on Silicon Valley. And scooter icon Bird is our “dramatic unicorn of the day” for a debate raging on its profitability problems.

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