Constellation Brands (STZ) Said to Consider $1B Sale of Canadian Wine Business - DJ
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Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ) is considering selling its Canadian wine business, according to Dow Jones sources. Suitors are said to include the Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan along with strategic buyers. The sale would end a potential IPO of the business.
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