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Should Coca-Cola Raise Its Prices?

Rafi Mohammed, author of The Art of Pricing, says Coca-Cola is selling itself short. Some of its beverages, such as Coke Zero, could be priced higher, potentially raising the company's margin and profit. But in the Cola Wars, could higher prices cause a customer retreat?

Diet Coke Can to Get a New Look

Coca-Cola is reportedly giving the diet drink the gift of a limited edition makeover. We'll have to wait until September to get our hands on it but click inside to learn more about Coke's planned changes.

Coke Sees China Market as 'Real Thing' for Growth

Coca-Cola reported strong second quarter results, with growth coming from emerging markets like China and Russia. Coke is the leader in the Chinese market, and with it projected to keep growing at a rapid rate, the nation is a key part of the company's plan to double its 2009 revenues by 2020.

World's Most Admired Companies: Apple Is Still No. 1

Now that the skies are clearing after the worst economic storm in modern history -- far more violent than the experts had predicted -- we face a surprising new roster of winners and losers, as Fortune's 2011 ranking of the World's Most Admired Companies makes clear.

America's 10 Most Durable Brands -- and Their Logos

They're the brands you can't help but know, with logos that nearly everyone recognizes. These companies were founded back in the 1800s and became major players in the next century -- and the one after that. And while their logos have changed over time, they're essentially just refinements of the originals.

Coke Takes the Fizz out of Berkshire Hathaway

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway liquidated its positions in a number of high-profile companies during the fourth quarter, but the Oracle of Omaha's huge stake in Coca-Cola has caused his portfolio to lose its fizz so far in 2011.

Has Coca Cola's Top-Secret Recipe Been Leaked? Not Really

Not surprisingly, when NPR's This American Life program released a recipe for the drink earlier this week, it quickly captured the attention of the chattering class. A closer look, however, shows that real thing's real secret is still safe.

A Quieter Week Could Keep the Rally Rolling

Last week, traders had ample opportunity to take some profits -- and yet the market kept rising. With a much quieter week on tap and a key technical hurdle overcome, stocks could very well extend their gains in the sessions ahead.

Coca-Cola Enterprises Raises Profit Forecast for 2010

Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) upped its profit forecast for 2010 on strong European demand. The company now expects profit of $1.78 to $1.82 a share, MarketWatch reported. The Atlanta-based company previously forecast profit of $1.73 to $1.77 a share.

Ex-GM CEO Fritz Henderson to Lead Sunoco Spin-Off

Former General Motors CEO Frederick "Fritz " Henderson has found a new job, but not within the auto industry. Energy giant Sunoco has tapped Henderson to lead SunCoke Energy, a spin-off it is forming early next year, the company said Thursday.

Coca-Cola Buys Russian Juice Maker

In a move to gain a larger share of the beverage market outside of North America, Coca-Cola (KO) has bought Russian juice maker Nidan Juices, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday

Face-Off on Stocks: Coke, Pepsi, Dr. Pepper Snapple

They have some of the best-known brands in the world, growth opportunities in emerging markets and do a solid job returning cash to shareholders though dividends and buybacks -- but not all big beverage company stocks are created equal.