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Across Africa, Coke is empowering women -- to sell Coke products

By Jacob Kushner DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania -- Last year, Coca-Cola announced a $100 million partnership with the International Finance Corporation to provide business skills training and micro-loans to "empower" women -- those who sell...Show More Summary

Is Less More For The New Coca-Cola Amatil Small Drink Can?

By LN Investors: Coca-Cola Amatil (OTCPK:CCLAF) is preparing for a business restructure to turn up profit and realign the company to better match current market conditions. This month I recently wrote about Coca-Cola Amatil and the reorganization of the business under the new group managing director Alison Watkins. Show More Summary

Dividend Aristocrats: Time to Buy The Coca-Cola Company?

Coca-Cola has a truly extraordinary track-record of dividend growth, but investment decisions need to be based on the future, not past performance. Is now the right time to invest in Coca-Cola for the long term?

Coke machines to serve as Wi-Fi hotspots in South Africa

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

In this day and age, if a community is to prosper, it certainly helps if its residents have internet access. With that in mind, Coca-Cola South Africa has partnered with bottler Coca-Cola Fortune and communications company BT Global Services to provide underserved South African communities with free Wi-Fi... Show More Summary

Coke Reverses 10 Years Of Sagging Sales By Slapping Names On Bottles

To quote Stephen Sondheim, you’ve gotta get a gimmick if you want to get ahead. Just ask the folks at Coca-Cola who managed to briefly reverse a decade-long trend of declining Coke sales simply by slapping various people’s names on their bottles and cans. You’ve no doubt seen the Coke bottles encouraging you to “share a Coke with…” followed … [More]

Coca-Cola: Can A Simple Name Reverse Declining Sales Volumes?

By Bill Maurer: How important is your name to you? Do you like seeing it everywhere around you? For those that do, beverage giant Coca-Cola (NYSE:KO) has found a way to market your name. It's a simple solution, putting a name or a phrase on the label of a bottle or a can of its products. Show More Summary

Coca-Cola Wants to Lure Customers To Vending Machines By Offering Free Wifi

The wifi hotspot vending machines are only available in South Africa. In perhaps the greatest ploy to attract customers to its vending machines (besides loading up the product with a crap ton of sugar), Coca-Cola is turning them into wifi hotspots. Show More Summary

Watch 128 years Of Coca-Cola's History In 2 Minutes

In our new series, Brand Evolution, we trace Coca-Cola's history, from health aid to happiness-maker. In this episode of Brand Evolution, we look at the evolution of one of America's cornerstone brands, Coca-Cola. From its origins in...Show More Summary

3 Reasons The Coca-Cola Company's Stock May Fall

Three thematic road bumps could impede Coke's progress to revamping its business.

See 128 years Of Coca-Cola's History In 2 Minutes

With the debut of Fast Company video series, Brand Evolution, a look at the life of an American icon, Coca-Cola. Fast Company has a brand new videos series--Brand Evolution. Read Full Story

Coca-Cola Putting WiFi Hotspots In Soda Machines (But Not In The U.S.)

In an effort to both bring WiFi to underserved areas and market its product to consumers, Coca-Cola South Africa is installing soda machines that also double as WiFi hotspots. The Atlanta Business Journal reports that Coke has teamed up with BT Global to rig up the vending machines so that people in certain parts of the country can have free … [More]

Why Are The Girl Scouts Getting Into the Sugar Bomb Beverage Business?

The beverage industry's got a growing public relations problem. Soda sales are dropping as more folks realize just how bad for us this stuff is. That's why Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group just announced that they're...Show More Summary

The latest soda industry PR ploy: 20% less soda by 2025

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation (founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation) and the American Beverage Association (funded mainly by Coca-Cola and PepsiCo) jointly announced this week that the major soft drink companies were pledging to reduce beverage calories consumed per person nationally by 20% by 2025. The Alliance, Coca-Cola, Dr […]

Coke's Surge Surges Back; Will Crystal Pepsi Be Revived Next? Call it "Throwback Thirst-Day." The world's largest soft drink company has tossed nostalgic consumers a bone, and now it's time to see if its closest rival follows suit. Coca-Cola (KO) delighted fans of Surge -- the heavily...Show More Summary

Big Soda Vows To Help Americans Make Better Drink Choices

At the 10th annual Clinton Global Initiative yesterday, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Dr Pepper vowed to help consumers cut the number of calories they consume through beverages by one-fifth over the next decade. According to the Times, this...Show More Summary

India's Modi Asks Pepsi, Coke To Blend Fruit Juices In Fizzy Drinks

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said multinational cola giants PepsiCo and Coca-Cola should help augment fruit sales for Indian farmers by adding fresh fruit juices to their fizzy drinks. "Millions of people buy Pepsi and Coke. Show More Summary

Coke and Pepsi vow to cut calories to fight obesity

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

US soft-drinks giants Tuesday promised to work to reduce the country’s beverage calorie consumption by 20 percent by 2025 in a campaign to counter obesity trends. Coca-Cola, PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP – news) and Dr. Pepper Snapple pledged to provide smaller-sized bottles, and more water and...

Soda Giants Vow to Cut Calorie Consumption

Even America's soda makers agree that people are getting too many calories from their products, and the biggest three have now pledged to cut calorie consumption by a fifth by 2025. Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Dr Pepper Snapple Group won't actually be reducing the number of calories their products contain, USA...

Soda companies joining forces to help consumers cut calories by 20 percent

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group have committed to help Americans cut 20 percent of the calories they get from soda through changes in the marketing, distribution, and packaging of their products. The goal is to get calories consumed down in about 10 years, The New York Times reports. Show More Summary

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