Articles about Coca-Cola
09 Mar 2022World
The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo—two of the biggest beverage producers in the world—said on Tuesday that they are suspending their business in Russia in the wake of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
16 Jun 2021Sports
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.
18 Dec 2020Entertainment
Singer Neha Kakkar, who recently got married to Rohanpreet Singh, has shared a picture on social media, flaunting what looks like a baby bump.
20 Jul 2020Technology
A lot has happened over the weekend!
30 Jun 2020Business
Microsoft has suspended all advertising on Facebook and Instagram at least until August.
29 Jun 2020Business
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.
28 Jun 2020Technology
This week has been all about consumer technology, thanks to Apple.
22 Jan 2020Business
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.
08 Jul 2019Entertainment
Fans of Stranger Things are already finished watching the latest season.
06 Jul 2019India
Earlier this week, an 87-year-old caught everyone's attention.
13 May 2019Entertainment
Sunny Leone turned 38 today, and her husband, Daniel Weber took to Instagram to wish her, and boy! was that a wish.
07 Oct 2018India
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.
02 Oct 2018Business
PepsiCo India, one of the biggest snacks and beverage makers in the country, has reported profits after seven years.
26 Sep 2018Business
With marijuana becoming legal in more and more countries, investors have been pouring money into pot start-ups.
01 Sep 2018Business
No more caffeine cravings for Coca-Cola.
28 May 2018Business
After announcing its entry into the alcoholic beverage industry, Coca-Cola finally launched its first alcoholic drink in Japan, on Monday.
08 Mar 2018Business
In a major breakaway from over 130 years of tradition, Coca-Cola will soon launch its first alcoholic drink, but exclusively for Japan.
15 Feb 2018Sports
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.
14 Oct 2017Business
Food and beverage behemoths Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are playing a big gamble in India by "changing" the recipes of their top-selling drinks.
07 Jul 2017India
Starting January'18, retailers at airports, malls and more won't be allowed to sell products at higher MRPs.
19 Jun 2017Business
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.
08 Jun 2017Business
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.
04 May 2017World
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.
28 Apr 2017World
A South Dakota man has sued Coca Cola after he allegedly found a dead mouse in a can of the soft drink.
26 Apr 2017Business
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.
12 Apr 2017Business
PepsiCo and Coca Cola have been restrained from drawing water from Tamirabharani River till April 30 due to acute water shortage.
23 Mar 2017Entertainment
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.
20 Sep 2016Entertainment
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".