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The World's Largest Food And Beverage Companies 2016: Chocolate, Beer And Soda Lead The List

Nestle, Anheuser-Busch and Coca-Cola sit at the top of the list of largest food and beverage companies in the world.

Martin Truex, Jr. Scores Coca-Cola 600 Pole

The sparks were flying during Sprint Cup qualifying Thursday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, but when the smoke cleared, Martin Truex, Jr. stood alone atop the scoring pylon. Joey Logano, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Denny Hamlin and Brad...Show More Summary

NASCAR at Charlotte 2016 Qualifying Results: Race Order, Final Times, Reaction

After it seemed like Joey Logano would continue his hot streak at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Martin Truex Jr. will instead be the pole-sitter for Sunday's Coca-Cola 600. NASCAR provided a clip of Truex's lap that gave him the pole heading...Show More Summary

NASCAR 101: The Iron Men of the (Recent) Coca-Cola 600s

With a Formula 1 race in Monaco and IndyCar’s biggest event of the year in the Indianapolis 500 taking place this weekend, you know NASCAR has to do things a little bit bigger in order to vie for the attention of motorsports fans across the country. Show More Summary

Martin Truex Jr. wins pole for Coca-Cola 600

Entering 2016, Martin Truex Jr. hadn't won a pole since 2012. He now has two this season. Truex posted the fastest lap in the third round of qualifying at Charlotte on Thursday and will start first in Sunday night's Coca-Cola 600. Truex's first pole of the season came at Kansas, a race he dominated. Show More Summary

Double Take: Coca-Cola 600 Owners Stats Pack

Stats abound about drivers at each race. Like, did you know there have been six different drivers to score their first-career wins at the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway? Or that Jimmie Johnson led nearly 85 percent of theShow More Summary

NASCAR at Charlotte 2016 Qualifying Results: Live Leaderboard Updates

The longest race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule is on tap for Sunday, but before we can get to the Coca-Cola 600, the field has to be set through qualifying. And in a change from the usual day-before format, this time it's being held...Show More Summary

The Perfect Weekend in Atlanta

There's much more to the southern metropolis than Coca-Cola and CNN.

Kurt Busch Paces Opening Coca-Cola 600 Practice

Kurt Busch led the only Coca-Cola 600 practice prior to qualifying Thursday evening for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, at a speed of 192.843 mph. Though he was two mph slower than last year’s pole speed, the 2010 Coca-Cola 600 winner was over two-tenths of a second faster than the second fastest Jimmie Johnson. Show More Summary

NASCAR schedule, weather outlook for Coca-Cola 600 weekend

By AMANDA VINCENT The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series remains in its own backyard, Charlotte (N.C.) Speedway with the second-consecutive weekend, running its longest race of the season Sunday evening – the Coca-Cola 600. This time around, the Xfinity Series will run the companion race to the Sprint Cup Series, racing Saturday afternoon, while the Camping World [...]

Mambo Designs Custom $9,000 Surfboard for Pro Surfer Nic Lamb

Mambo, a French artist whose clients include Prada, Nike, Coca-Cola and Moynat, has teamed up with professional surfer Nic Lamb to create a first-of-its-kind collaboration dubbed “Art in Motion.” Contained within the collection are a custom-designed surfboard and matching wetsuit, both created using Mambo’s signature abstract patterns. Show More Summary

Eyes on XFINITY: The Case for a Longer Race

Memorial Day Weekend is a motorsports fan’s dream.  Sunday alone features three major races for fans to enjoy.  NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series will host the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the sport’s longest race.  Formula 1Show More Summary

Mexico's Arca signs letter of intent with Coca-Cola bottling franchise in U.S.

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican bottling company Arca Continental said on Wednesday it had signed a letter of intent with the Coca-Cola Company and Coca-Cola Bottling Company UNITED to operate the Coca-Cola franchise in parts of the United States. (Reporting by Gabriela Lopez; Editing by Sandra Maler) Join the conversation about this story »

Major Firms Backing ‘New Plastics Economy’

A plastics initiative that aims to increase recycling and reuse as well as bioplastics has launched with the backing of major companies including Amcor, Unilever, Coca-Cola, Dow Chemical and Mars.

Five competitive advertising strategies to outsmart your competition

It's often said that competition is good for your business. It pushes you to be your best. Think Coca-Cola vs. Pepsi, Visa vs. MasterCard, Xbox vs. PlayStation, or Apple vs. Microsoft.

Sugar’s Not Just Bad for You—It’s Bad for Coca-Cola’s Business

Sugar is a volatile commodity with a bad public image. For the world's biggest soda maker, that makes sugar bad business. The post Sugar's Not Just Bad for You—It's Bad for Coca-Cola's Business appeared first on WIRED.

adidas & Coca-Cola Are Releasing the ClimaCool 1 in Two More Colorways

In addition to the previously-seen red rendition, adidas and Coca-Cola will be releasing two more colorways of the ClimaCool 1. The low-tops will also be offered in a silver set as well as a black pair, each noting mesh construction and red Three Stripe branding with matching detail. The red Coca-Cola x adidas ClimaCool 1 […]

NASCAR Mailbox: Will There Be Another Coca-Cola 600 Upset?

NASCAR’s premier division hits Charlotte Motor Speedway this weekend for the sport’s longest contest. The Coca-Cola 600, one of NASCAR’s high-profile events, is set to take the green flag late Sunday afternoon eight days after a wild Sprint All-Star Race. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Charlotte 2016: Preview, Prediction for the Coca-Cola 600

Now that the fiasco that was the All-Star Race is behind us, we now return to your regularly scheduled racing, the longest race on the calendar: the Coca-Cola 600, aka the Coke 600. No, that’s not the nutrition facts, that’s the mileage,...Show More Summary

First Venezuela Lost Its Beer, Now It's Losing Its Coke

Forget about buying the world a Coke —Venezuela can't even buy itself one now. Barely a month after the country's main brewery stopped beer production due to Venezuela's ongoing economic crisis, Coca-Cola has announced that it's also halting production of sugary beverages there because of a lack of the commodity...

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