Most Admired No.9: Diageo, Paul Walsh, CEO

Diageo may have shot up 10 places to ninth Most Admired and dominate most of the markets it’s in, but it still rankles with Walsh that the company is only number two in China. Admitting that ‘My life tends to be the company’, Walsh this year announced record results, and has plans to bid for Absolut vodka. But the ambitious booze baron is likely to face trouble at home as the health police turn their sights on alcohol.

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

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