Luis Suarez of Liverpool comes close during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Liverpool

Transfer news: Steve McManaman understands why Luis Suarez would be lured to Real Madrid, but insists Champions League return could keep him at Liverpool

McManaman expects Suarez to feature in the Reds' FA Cup fourth round tie with Bournemouth but accepts it's the Champions League that will keep him at Anfield

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Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s biggest brewer, is buying back the South Korean brewery it sold to private equity in 2009

Belgians lead the race to bag crisp maker Tyrrells

A Belgian private-equity firm with links to the Anheuser-Busch InBev beer empire has emerged as a front-runner to acquire Tyrrells, the upmarket crisp maker, for £100m.

US Justice Department tries to block ABI's Modelo takeover

The US has stepped in the middle of Anheuser-Busch Inbev's (ABI) $20bn (£13bn) deal to buy up the Mexican brewery business Grupo Modelo, with federal lawyers filing a suit claiming the move would hit competition in the American beer market.

Czech brewer wins latest round in battle of the Budweisers

One is an all-American lager, known for its blockbusting advertising; the other, a Czech brew that while perhaps not as famous, is more of a favourite with beer aficionados. Today it emerged that British drinkers will continue to be able to choose between the two rather different Budweisers, after the world's largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, lost its latest attempt to take control of the trademark.

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Rihanna defends 777 tour after media furore

Nike have stood by Lance Armstrong despite last week's report

Cycling: UCI to respond to Lance Armstrong revelations on Monday

International Cycling Union president Pat McQuaid will on Monday reveal the world governing body's response to the United States Anti-doping Agency's scathing Lance Armstrong report.

Hit me with your lyrics, dad

What's it like having a Seventies/Eighties pop star dad whose songs include, “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll”? Jemima Dury, 43, has unearthed piles of lyrics, photographs, demo tapes, band memorabilia, scrawled notes and T-shirts, belonging to her dad, Ian Dury, which she has pieced together for a book. 'Hallo Sausages' – The Lyrics of Ian Dury, which is published in hardback next month, comes with a free CD of unreleased material.

Tel on the telly: Wembley's technical advisor Terry Venables, watched by Martin Keown, during the televised FA Cup tie against Langford

The Last Word: TV show sours FA Cup dream of Wembley

Dream On is just a publicity stunt that highlights the dangers of a sport selling itself to sponsors

Terry Venables has joined Wembley FC

Former England manager Terry Venables makes surprise return to management with Wembley FC

Former England coach Terry Venables has made a return to management - with Wembley FC.

Alcoholic drinks were banned at all of Brazil’s stadiums in 2003

Beer must be sold at Brazil World Cup venues, says Fifa

Beer must be sold at all venues hosting matches in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, football's governing body has insisted.

Business Diary: Battle of the banks is on

Hats off to the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, for its plan to hold a fascinating debate – The City: Asset or Liability? – next month. It will pit Angela Knight, the former Economic Secretary to the Treasury who these days runs the British Bankers' Association, against Chuka Umunna, the Streatham MP and former member of the Treasury Select Committee who is carving out a name for himself, not least as a critic of the banks'. That's a recipe for fireworks, we reckon.

Budweiser to kick off FA Cup on Facebook

Budweiser is to celebrate its sponsorship of the FA Cup this week by screening the first live football match on Facebook.

Facebook to televise FA Cup opener

Non-league sides Ascot United and Wembley FC will kick off this season's FA Cup on Friday night, with the game being streamed to a potential audience of 700 million people.

Kean given driving ban despite spiked drink claim

The excuse that Steve Kean had his drink spiked fell on deaf ears yesterday as the Blackburn Rovers manager was given an 18-month driving ban and fined £1,800 yesterday after being convicted of drink-driving. Kean had earlier pleaded guilty but applied to escape the ban, but a judge at Macclesfield magistrates' court rejected the "special reasons" application, saying Kean had failed to prove that his drink had been laced.

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'Accurate, objective, comprehensive': that was Voice of America's creed, but now its masters want it to promote US policy, reports Rupert Cornwell
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