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As a cancer scare erupts over a chemical in the fizzy drink ... just how safe ...
While European regulators do not believe it poses any health risks, the company has also pledged to reduce its levels in Coke sold in Britain and the rest of the world, although it hasn't given a timescale. Pepsi, meanwhile, has reduced the chemical in ...
Coca-Cola plans $5bn India investment to boost growth
Coca-Cola has said that, together with its bottling partners, it will invest $5bn (�3.2bn) in India in a bid to increase its market share.
No wonder so many people like it! Coke and Pepsi contain ALCOHOL, reveals ...  Daily Mail
Call to ban cola ingredient linked to cancer  Telegraph.co.uk
The five mega-trends shaping tomorrow's customers
Investment, innovation and collaboration will be the watchwords for businesses, communities and nations that thrive over the coming decade.
Coca-Cola 'not to blame for US obesity'
Coca-Cola 'not to blame for US obesity'. Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent insists his company is not responsible for the rise in US obesity despite New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's recent moves to limit the consumption of sugary drinks.
SodaStream tells Coke that copyright suit is garbage  The Times of Israel
Has skin whitening in India gone too far?
But, despite repeated concerns, the lightening industry is booming, and diversifying. One market research firm even reported that more skin lightening creams are sold in India than Coca Cola. The market, which initially focused on beauty conscious ...
There Are Now Only Two Countries In The World Where Coca-Cola Doesn't Do Business
NEW YORK (AP) - The Coca-Cola Co. plans to start selling its drinks in Myanmar for the first time in 60 years, following the U.S.
Coca-Cola and BET Give Amateur Talent a Chance to Get Their Shine on This Summer  Business Wire (press release)
London 2012 Olympics: Coca-Cola and McDonald's will weep at absence of ...
And 3) Since the paramount purpose of the Olympics is of course to boost the global profits of Coca-Cola and McDonald's (could Pearce be a Trojan Horse for Pepsi?
Five mega-trends to drive buying habits: Coca-Cola
Mass urbanisation is one of five top mega-trends that will shape the customers of tomorrow, predicts Muhtar Kent, chairman and chief executive of the Coca-Cola Company. In a comment article written for BBC Business News, Kent wrote: “Over the next ...
Jean Paul Gaultier joins the tattoo trend with new diet coke bottle creations
Not only did the body art raise a few eyebrows at Royal Ascot but now many eye-catching etchings are taking centre court at Wimbledon this week.
London 2012 Olympics: Assembly calls for ban on junk food sponsors
Lead sponsors such as McDonald's and Coca-Cola are both associated with products that are high in fat. A regular Big Mac meal with a fizzy drink, such as Fanta, contains more than 1,000 calories.