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Anheuser-Busch Cos. said first-quarter domestic sales to retailers were up 4.5%, helped by the rollout of its new beer brand, Tequiza. A-B said its domestic market share (excluding exports) reached 48.1% in the quarter, up 1.5%. The beer marketer cited higher overall marketing spending in the period and praised a "total marketing effort" that included "highly effective" advertising. Net income hit $319.1 million, up 20.3%, on sales of $3.16 billion, up 7%. In
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