ASKING THE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS: How Long Can an Engine Run Using Coca-Cola as Oil?
The perpetual third behind Coca-Cola and PepsiCo in the U.S. carbonated soft drinks market, Dr Pepper Snapple had a solid 2016. Steady organic growth even in the declining segment of U.S. CSDs, coupled with a strong non-carbonated portfolio, has resulted in the company beating consensus estimates for five consecutive quarters now. Solid operating performance, leading […]
Dallas-native golfer Jordan Spieth has a new commercial out for one of his newer sponsors, Coca-Cola. The commercial has Spieth cooped up in a trailer waiting for rain to pass so he can film another commercial (meta, right?). To pass the time, Spieth busts out some trick shots. Show More Summary
A group of Alabama fans held up an Orlando native with a Coca-Cola bottle for selling fake tickets
The stock of one of the world’s largest food and beverage companies, The Coca-Cola Company, has not grown by more than 2-3% over the last three years. Much of this has been attributed to the beverage manufacturer’s greater exposure to low-growth categories as compared to the faster growing beverage categories. Net revenue has declined for […]
The next time you pick up a six-pack of Coca-Cola at your local grocery store, artificial intelligence may be analyzing your eye movements and facial expressions. Today, tech vendor Cloverleaf is launching artificial intelligence-powered...Show More Summary
``The firm downgraded staples brands Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble from neutral to sell ratings in two reports Monday, and shares of both fell about 1 percent during the trading session. A stronger U.S. dollar was a principal concern in its downgrade of Coca-Cola. Show More Summary
Catherine Locker joins the agency from Coca-Cola.
This week, DDB named Catherine Locker to serve as its North American chief of staff, a newly created position. She began the role on Monday. Locker, who spent more than a decade with Coca-Cola, joins fellow soft drink veteran and DDB North America CEO Wendy Clark on the Omnicom network's Leadership Team. Show More Summary
Two health non-profits have filed a lawsuit against Coca-Cola, arguing the soda giant has deliberately misled the American public on the health risks of its sugary products. Following in the footsteps of similar cases two decades ago...Show More Summary
Coca-Cola has long made some pretty crazy health claims about its sugary products. A fresh lawsuit takes aim at the company for “engaging in false and misleading marketing of sugar-sweetened beverages,” according to the lawsuit, first reported by the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Read more...
Any soda drinker and sugar lover can agree that the sugar addiction is real, and it is a very hard habit to break, but according to a new lawsuit, the health risks are worse than what we've been told. On Jan. 4, the Coca-Cola Company...Show More Summary
The lawsuit alleges that Big Soda used industry-funded reports to shift blame for health troubles off its products.
Coke gets legal challenge over its ads touting sugary beverages, said to cause obesity and diabetes
The Center for Science in the Public Interest sent out a press release yesterday to announce a lawsuit filed on behalf of the nonprofit Praxis Project. The complaint says Coca-Cola and its trade association, the American Beverage Association (ABA), mislead the public when they trash the science linking sugary drinks to obesity, type 2 diabetes, and […]
(Reuters) - Coca-Cola Co and the American Beverage Association trade group were sued on Wednesday for allegedly misleading consumers about the health risks from consuming sugary beverages.
Leading companies are collaborating with recyclers, packaging manufacturers and other firms across the supply chain to cut costs and materials used. The post How Coca-Cola’s Largest Bottler and a National Grocery Chain Reduce Waste, Cut Costs with Circular Economy Models appeared first on Environmental Leader.
Shares of Coca-Cola were fairly flat Wednesday -- and, after the stock lagged the Dow in 2016, some analysts are saying the soda giant could fizzle again in 2017. Video provided by TheStreet
That's one kind of Coke addiction
Coca-Cola’s polar bears are slipping and sliding in the snow enjoying the savory drink, while the Campbell’s snowman is yet again melting into a young boy enjoying his soup. These ads just keep pulling us in year after year.