What a difference a shape makes. Twenty years ago, Heineken’s fortunes were flagging in the US. Once the biggest-selling imported beer, it had lost its crown to the aptly- named upstart Corona, which was perceived as a younger person’s choice of libation. “’We were quickly becoming your father’s Oldsmobile,” Steve Davis, Heineken’s US marketing vice…

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