Articles about Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola loses billions in market-cap after Ronaldo says 'drink water'

16 Jun 2021

Coca-Cola loses billions in market-cap after Ronaldo says 'drink water'

The removal of two Coca-Cola bottles by Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo before a press conference at the Euro 2020 has resulted in a $4 billion fall in the market capitalization of the beverage giant.

Singer Neha Kakkar hints at pregnancy with new picture

18 Dec 2020

Singer Neha Kakkar hints at pregnancy with new picture

Singer Neha Kakkar, who recently got married to Rohanpreet Singh, has shared a picture on social media, flaunting what looks like a baby bump.

NewsBytes Tech Briefing: TikTok considering HQ relocation; UAE's Mars mission

20 Jul 2020

NewsBytes Tech Briefing: TikTok considering HQ relocation; UAE's Mars mission

A lot has happened over the weekend!

Microsoft suspends all advertising on Facebook, Instagram

30 Jun 2020

Microsoft suspends all advertising on Facebook, Instagram

Microsoft has suspended all advertising on Facebook and Instagram at least until August.

Coca-Cola to Unilever, these big brands are boycotting Facebook ads

29 Jun 2020

Coca-Cola to Unilever, these big brands are boycotting Facebook ads

Facebook is heavily reliant on a revenue model where it shows personalized ads from brands and generates money from the businesses for providing ad space and the resulting traction.

#WeeklyRecap: Apple Silicon, iOS 14, fancy new phones, and more

28 Jun 2020

#WeeklyRecap: Apple Silicon, iOS 14, fancy new phones, and more

This week has been all about consumer technology, thanks to Apple.

Coca-Cola says customers want plastic bottles; wouldn't ban them

22 Jan 2020

Coca-Cola says customers want plastic bottles; wouldn't ban them

Despite being one of the largest producers of plastic waste, the leading beverage brand Coca-Cola has indicated that it has no plans to ditch plastic.

What led to the demise of CCD founder Siddhartha

31 Jul 2019

What led to the demise of CCD founder Siddhartha

CCD founder-owner VG Siddhartha, whose body was found on Wednesday from Netravati river in Mangaluru, had started selling his assets earlier this year, reports claimed.

'Stranger Things' Season 3: Easter Eggs you might have missed

08 Jul 2019

'Stranger Things' Season 3: Easter Eggs you might have missed

Fans of Stranger Things are already finished watching the latest season.

Virat Kohli's 87-year-old "passionate fan" bags PepsiCo ad campaign

06 Jul 2019

Virat Kohli's 87-year-old "passionate fan" bags PepsiCo ad campaign

Earlier this week, an 87-year-old caught everyone's attention.

Sunny Leone turns 38, husband Daniel says 'sexiest woman ever'

13 May 2019

Sunny Leone turns 38, husband Daniel says 'sexiest woman ever'

Sunny Leone turned 38 today, and her husband, Daniel Weber took to Instagram to wish her, and boy! was that a wish.

Kolkata: Fizz to stay in carbonated drinks, feels Greenfizz Beverages

07 Oct 2018

Kolkata: Fizz to stay in carbonated drinks, feels Greenfizz Beverages

Despite an estimated Rs. 70,000cr carbonated soft drinks (CSD) under pressure in the beverages market, a Kolkata-based company remains optimistic about its future in the country.

After seven years, PepsiCo India is profitable again

02 Oct 2018

After seven years, PepsiCo India is profitable again

PepsiCo India, one of the biggest snacks and beverage makers in the country, has reported profits after seven years.

Are pot start-ups rolling joints for big companies to smoke?

26 Sep 2018

Are pot start-ups rolling joints for big companies to smoke?

With marijuana becoming legal in more and more countries, investors have been pouring money into pot start-ups.

Uber is getting a new look as part of rebranding

13 Sep 2018

Uber is getting a new look as part of rebranding

Following myriad troubles, Uber, over the past year, has been trying to convince its customers that it has turned over a new leaf.

#HealthBytes: 5 reasons to quit soft drinks now

07 Sep 2018

#HealthBytes: 5 reasons to quit soft drinks now

You might be in love with your sodas and may consider them the best accompaniment to your burgers and fries (we'll get to that later), but they perhaps don't go as well with your health.

Coca-Cola announces acquisition of Costa coffee for $5.1bn

01 Sep 2018

Coca-Cola announces acquisition of Costa coffee for $5.1bn

No more caffeine cravings for Coca-Cola.

Coca-Cola launches its first alcoholic drink, but will it succeed?

28 May 2018

Coca-Cola launches its first alcoholic drink, but will it succeed?

After announcing its entry into the alcoholic beverage industry, Coca-Cola finally launched its first alcoholic drink in Japan, on Monday.

Coca-Cola to soon roll-out its first alcoholic drink in Japan

08 Mar 2018

Coca-Cola to soon roll-out its first alcoholic drink in Japan

In a major breakaway from over 130 years of tradition, Coca-Cola will soon launch its first alcoholic drink, but exclusively for Japan.

Star signs 11 IPL sponsors for the 2018 IPL edition

15 Feb 2018

Star signs 11 IPL sponsors for the 2018 IPL edition

In its first set of sponsor associations, Star India has already signed 11 brands despite a steep hike in ad rates compared to last year.

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo to change recipes of best-selling drinks

14 Oct 2017

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo to change recipes of best-selling drinks

Food and beverage behemoths Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are playing a big gamble in India by "changing" the recipes of their top-selling drinks.

Dual-MRP banned: Coca-Cola, bottled-water to cost same at airports, malls

07 Jul 2017

Dual-MRP banned: Coca-Cola, bottled-water to cost same at airports, malls

Starting January'18, retailers at airports, malls and more won't be allowed to sell products at higher MRPs.

Coca-Cola India shuffles leadership team, more exits expected soon

19 Jun 2017

Coca-Cola India shuffles leadership team, more exits expected soon

It started with rejigging their focus from sugary drinks to healthy options, then introducing new categories in the Indian market and now it is making changes in the higher echelons of management to drive growth.

Coca-Cola enters India's frozen desserts segment, launch in 3 months

08 Jun 2017

Coca-Cola enters India's frozen desserts segment, launch in 3 months

Summer and aerated drinks used to go almost hand in hand a few years ago but as more people are getting health conscious, companies like Coca-Cola are changing their tone to make things healthier than the calorie packing beverages they are predominantly associated with.

The insidiousness of mental health issues at the workplace

04 May 2017

The insidiousness of mental health issues at the workplace

The walls of shame around mental health are breaking globally. However, when we address it in terms of the workplace, the issue becomes even more complicated: a wrong move on the part of the one suffering might affect their entire career.

South Dakota man finds mouse in Coca-Cola can, sues company

28 Apr 2017

South Dakota man finds mouse in Coca-Cola can, sues company

A South Dakota man has sued Coca Cola after he allegedly found a dead mouse in a can of the soft drink.

Coca-Cola to sack 1,200 employees as sales fizzle out

26 Apr 2017

Coca-Cola to sack 1,200 employees as sales fizzle out

Warren Buffett, who has professed his love for Coke and is the largest shareholder of the company may need to rethink his drinking choices as well as investment acumen as the firm is now sacking people to remain profitable.

HUL vs Amul, new wine in old bottle

26 Apr 2017

HUL vs Amul, new wine in old bottle

Amul and Hindustan Unilever Ltd are currently embroiled in a legal battle over the charges of 'disparaging others' products in an ad, initiated by HUL.

Stay on drawing of river water for PepsiCo, Coca Cola

12 Apr 2017

Stay on drawing of river water for PepsiCo, Coca Cola

PepsiCo and Coca Cola have been restrained from drawing water from Tamirabharani River till April 30 due to acute water shortage.

India's first silent short on LGBT rejected at Washington Festival

23 Mar 2017

India's first silent short on LGBT rejected at Washington Festival

Sisak, India's first silent short film on an LGBT couple, was rejected by Washington West Film Festival. Though organizers have denied its theme as a reason, they allegedly mentioned Washington's "volatile" environment in an email to its director.

Madras HC permits Pepsi, Coke to use river water

02 Mar 2017

Madras HC permits Pepsi, Coke to use river water

Madras HC has lifted a ban which barred Pepsi and Coca Cola from using river water to manufacture beverages.

Massive cocaine haul on Australian yacht

07 Feb 2017

Massive cocaine haul on Australian yacht

In a covert operation, Australian enforcement agencies swooped in on a yacht headed to Australia last week and seized a whooping 1.4 tonnes of cocaine.

Lead and other heavy metals found in soft drinks

22 Nov 2016

Lead and other heavy metals found in soft drinks

The Minister of State for health, Faggan Singh Kulaste, informed the Rajya Sabha today, that lead and heavy metals such as Cadmium and Chromium have been found in several branded soft drinks.

Coca-Cola losing the fizzy drinks race?

28 Oct 2016

Coca-Cola losing the fizzy drinks race?

Beverage maker Coca-Cola saw its sales in India drop by 4% during their third quarter.

Censor Board refuses to clear documentary on Coca Cola

20 Sep 2016

Censor Board refuses to clear documentary on Coca Cola

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) refused to clear a documentary titled 'Charlie and the Coca Cola Factory' on the grounds that the film was "misleading and [had] political motive".

Project to dissuade potential ISIS recruits

11 Sep 2016

Project to dissuade potential ISIS recruits

Google-owned incubator Jigsaw has come up with an idea, called The Redirect Method, to dissuade potential ISIS recruits.

370 kgs of Cocaine found in Coca Cola's factory

01 Sep 2016

370 kgs of Cocaine found in Coca Cola's factory

On opening a delivery of fruit juice concentrate from Costa Rica, the workers of a Coca Cola factory in southern France found a huge stash of cocaine.