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Coca-Cola Company Earnings Disappoint

Coca-Cola logoThe Coca-Cola Co. (NYSE: KO) reported second-quarter 2013 results before markets opened this morning. The soft-drink maker posted diluted earnings...

DJIA Stocks That Could Kill the Rally

citigroup-cropNo matter how well the general market does, the advance of the Dow Jones Industrial Average still relies on just 30 stocks. Some have outrun their...

PepsiCo Introduces a Mountain Dew Breakfast Drink

If you don't like coffee or tea, PepsiCo has a new breakfast drink that might perk you up. Kickstart has Mountain Dew flavor but is made with 5 percent juice and Vitamins B and C, along with an extra jolt of caffeine.

Why Yahoo! Gets So Much Attention

Internet gadgetsYahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ: YHOO) barely made the Fortune 500 last year, ranking 485th. However, for a company its size, it receives unbelievable press and...

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?

Corporate Litterbugs Soon to Be Outed

When it launches next month, the Plastic Disclosure Project -- which surprisingly has strong backing from investors -- plans to expose corporations that are contributing to plastic waste when it launches next month.

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.

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.

Week Ahead: Coca-Cola, Disney, Hasbro Earnings

It should be pretty quiet on the economic calendar this week, with only a few national reports due out. But iconic companies Walt Disney, Coca-Cola and Hasbro, among others, are scheduled to report quarterly results. Here's a preview.

What Will This Week's Earnings Signal?

After the Dow's 261-point belly flop to end last week on what were, after all, better-than-expected bank earnings, investors may be forgiven for feeling rather queasy after checking out this week's earnings calendar, which includes 120 of the S&P 500.