Opportunities for cost savings on the deal will be limited, since StarBev was owned by noted cost-cutter
InBev prior to acquisition by private equity firm CVC.
While some may think that the role of CFO has shifted away from strategic advisor to more of a cost-cutter
and controller, that's simply not true.
To help sell the products on promotion, Cost-cutter
has designed PoS for gondola ends and hanging signs.
Donald Palmer, who opened Cost-cutter
in November, said the shop is fitted with CCTV inside and runs a strict proof-of-age scheme.
A man who disturbed burglars leaving a Cost-cutter
store in a Warwickshire town was hit on the head by offenders as he attempted to call police on his mobile telephone.
The Waste Cost-cutter
Club will be run by the Business Crime Direct team as part of a crackdown on crime and grime.
Ghosn, who pulled Nissan from the brink of collapse back into the black in two years, said it is not correct to regard him as just an aggressive cost-cutter
Michaels, known as a corporate cost-cutter
through voice-tracking, consolidation and automation at Clear Channel stations, fashioned a reputation of being an outspoken, tough competitor.
Dunlap earned his nickname from his tenure at Scott Paper, where he was known as a ruthless cost-cutter
who engaged in massive downsizing.
One Nisa-Today's member said he was "confused" by the remarks because Cost-cutter
had introduced its own levy last year with an even shorter notice period.
Now, the Chamber has set up the Waste Cost-cutter
Club which will be run by the Business Crime Direct team as part of a crackdown on 'crime and grime'.
At Moorlands Farm Fishery, the Thursday Cost-Cutter
open match at the Meadow Pool was won at peg 13 by Droitwich-based Rob Anthony who pole-fished 35lb 10oz; half were carp and the other half silver fish.