Paula Lindenberg: AB InBev's UK boss aiming to boost brewing giant's market share

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Tucked away behind Chancery Lane station is what looks like a start-up office. There is a bar, a chandelier made of Stella Artois glasses, beanbags and staff in jeans and T-shirts. To add to the hipster hangout feel, the woman at the helm of the company based here is even drinking a Budweiser (from a can, no less) at 3pm.
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