Anheuser-Busch InBev sold less beer in the United States and Brazil -- its biggest markets -- during the second quarter and growth missed analysts' estimates, Bloomberg reported. The volume of beer sold dropped 1.4 percent in North America. Meanwhile, AB InBev’s market share in the U.S. fell by about 0.5 percentage point in the quarter and the company blamed that partly on bad weather that included heavy storms and tornados, the business news service reported. The company -- which has a brewery in Columbus -- also raised prices of some of its cheaper beers. “In the U.S. we’re all monitoring what’s going on with the economy and politics, but we’ll focus on what we can control,” Chief Financial Officer Felipe Dutra said during a conference call, Bloomberg reported. To read the full story, click here.