Why did Anheuser-Busch lose so much money?

Anheuser-Busch, based in Belgium, did report growing sales elsewhere in the world, which somewhat offset its U.S. losses. Executives also said costs came from big new spending on U.S. marketing and deals with distributors to rebuild its American presence.

Did Anheuser-Busch lose $37 in market value after Bud Light ad?

In the wake of Bud Light’s “woke” advert, Anheuser-Busch has lost nearly $37 in market value. On March 31 — the day before Mulvaney’s disastrous social media campaign — AB InBev had a market cap of $134.5 billion. As of Thursday, that figure plummeted to $97.74 billion.

Why did Anheuser-Busch InBev lose 122% in July?

Shares of beverage giant Anheuser-Busch InBev ( BUD -0.02%) lost 12.2% of their value in July, according to numbers from S&P Global Market Intelligence. A lackluster second-quarter report is responsible for most of the setback. The rout actually began in mid-June, with profit-taking in the wake of a strong run-up.

Why is Anheuser-Busch laying off employees?

Anheuser-Busch is laying off hundreds of positions in its company after Bud Light lost its spot as the top-selling U.S. beer for a second consecutive month, according to multiple reports. The company said Wednesday that less than 2% of its U.S. workforce will be laid off, Anheuser-Busch said in a statement to The Wall Street Journal and CNN.