Tag Archives: The Coca-Cola Company

April 30

Episode 64 – Cocktails & Soda: What Does Your Tongue Say? #FlavoredOrNot

Tonight on the 100-Proof Radio Show, we will explore if consumers truly do desire flavored soda.  We are going to do some in-studio focus groups to see what people on the street like and do not like.   Earlier this year, Coca-Cola released the Orange Vanilla flavored Coke. Now Coke hasn’t come out with a […]

January 31

Coca-Cola Offers New Products In Dry January Closing

Forbes Amy Barnes Did you take part in that fun little activity called Dry January where you didn’t participate in drinking alcohol or liquor for the beginning month of 2019? Well, if you said yes- or even no- Coca-Cola put out a new drink to raise the stakes of the challenge. Or maybe just to […]

January 30

Pepsi Throwing Shade To Coca-Cola?

11 Alive News Michael King Well if it hasn’t crossed your mind yet, it should now. As if there wasn’t anything follow-up disappointment aside from the fact that our Atlanta Falcons won’t be playing in this year’s Super Bowl, our favorite drink Coca-Cola won’t be hosting it either. PepsiCo has been the known sponsor of […]

June 16

Andrew Davis shares how he became the global diversity leader for Coca-Cola

When Andre Davis was 12 years old and living in Spanish Town, Jamaica, a Coca-Cola in a classic glass bottle was a special treat on a hot day. But the company that made Coke was a world away. No one could have convinced him that, one day, he’d be so closely connected to the famous company. […]

May 12

Coke Is Hurting From the Switch to Online Shopping, Too

Written by Jennifer Kaplan Quincey, who took job on May 1, aims to adapt to e-commerce Fewer trips to the mall means fewer people are buying Cokes James Quincey. Photographer: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Coca-Cola As Coca-Cola Co. Chief Executive Officer James Quincey settles into his new job, he’s facing a challenge that most […]