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New York (CNN Business)Molson Coors, the brewer behind the Miller and Coors brands, revealed a “cybersecurity incident” at the company that has disrupted its beer-making operations.
The Chicago-based company said in a regulatory filing Thursday that the hack has taken its systems offline, delaying and disrupting parts of Molson Coors’ operations, including its production and shipments.
An investigation into the incident has begun, the company said, and it’s “working around the clock to get its systems back up as quickly as possible.”
“We have engaged a leading forensic IT firm to assist our investigation into the incident,” chief communications and corporate affairs officer Adam Collins. “We will continue to communicate with our business partners with updates.”
Molson Coors (TAP) makes a dozens of beer, hard seltzer and non-alcoholic beverages.
There have been a number of high-profile cybersecurity incidents recently. For example, hundreds of thousands of Microsoft Exchange users around the world were targeted as part of a Chinese-linked hack.
AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs release starting tackles Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz
This is the time of year when the NFL serves a reminder that it's a "What have you done for me lately?" league.
The AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs released both of their starting offensive tackles, Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz, on Thursday morning.
“I’d like to thank Eric and Mitch for all of their contributions over the years,” coach Andy Reid said in a statement.
“Every day both of these men came to work with the right attitude, ready to grind, both on the field and in the classroom. These guys are both dirty tough, but beyond that, they’re good people and I enjoyed coaching them. I wish them the best as they continue their careers.”
COVID-19 positive forces Duke out of ACC basketball tournament; Blue Devils’ season likely over
Duke has pulled out of the ACC tournament due to a positive COVID-19 case within the program, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.
The person spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because the school had not yet publicly announced the news.
Duke, which was considered a bubble team for the NCAA Tournament needing another win or two to secure a spot in the field, was slated to play Florida State on Thursday evening in Greensboro, N.C. That means the Blue Devils’ season is likely over at 13-11 unless they accept a bid to the NIT.
Duke hasn't missed the NCAA Tournament since 1995.
The positive case now becomes an issue to monitor for Louisville, which lost to Duke 70-56 on Wednesday night. Louisville is hoping to receive an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament and is within the NCAA required period of seven straight negative COVID-19 tests for participants next week in Indianapolis.
Stock Alert: Celsius Holdings Falls 27%
Celsius Holdings, Inc. (CELH) shares are declining more than 30 percent on Thursday morning trade, despite reporting profit for the fourth quarter. The shares have been losing since Wednesday.
The company reported fourth-quarter net income of $1.67 million or $0.02 per share, compared to loss of $1.17 million or $0.02 per share in the prior year.
Revenue for the quarter increased to $35.66 million, from $24.11 million in the prior year.
Currently, shares are at $44.07, down 27.27 percent from the previous close of $60.55 on a volume of 2,979,429. The shares have traded in a range of $3.22-$70.66 on average volume of 1,336,945 for the last 52-week period.
Warren Buffett's net worth reaches $100 billion
Investing legend Warren Buffett has officially joined the exclusive $100 billion club.
The net worth of Buffett, 90, reached $100 billion as of Wednesday, according to data from Bloomberg’s Billionaires Index.
Buffett’s wealth is largely tied to Berkshire Hathaway stock, which closed at an all-time high on Wednesday.
He joins just five other people in the world whose wealth tops $100 billion: Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Bernard Arnault and Mark Zuckerberg.
The wealth of the ultra-elite is more closely linked to the stock market, which has soared to new heights during the pandemic.
Buffett’s entry into the $100 billion club also comes as the pandemic has put income inequality at the fore of heated debates on Capitol Hill, and a handful of Democratic lawmakers are renewing their push for a tax on the “ultra rich.”