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ATLANTA - Neville Isdell’s tenure as Coca-Cola’s leader saw senior management changes, a big acquisition and a focus on improving employee morale. After his unexpected announcement Thursday that he will step down as CEO next year, Isdell said more challenges lie ahead for the world’s biggest beverage company.
ATLANTA - Three people have been arrested and charged with stealing confidential information about drink recipes from The Coca-Cola Co. and trying to sell it to rival PepsiCo Inc., federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
SEATTLE - Even in this caffeine-soaked city, there are times Tommy Key can’t make it to a Starbucks for his favorite pick-me-up. On those grim mornings, Key’s preferred stand-in is Starbucks’ bottled Frappuccino, a cold milk-and-coffee concoction that he grabs on his way out the door.
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The FBR corporate tent at the FBR Open has — no surprise — the choicest spot in Corporate Village, perched above the 18th hole at the TPC Scottsdale.
Janitors are the latest to join an ever-expanding list of people keeping an eye out for terrorists. Commercial cleaning company Jani-King International will give employees formal antiterrorism training this month so they know what to look for while making their rounds.
A report released just last week predicted that Arizona will add nearly 61,000 jobs in 2013.
When Frank Leonesio turned a former Mesa PetsMart into a purification plant two years ago and jumped in the sea of bottled water makers, he knew he wouldn’t drown.
After Phoenix Public Market receives a shipment of produce, the wood and plastic pallets that carried the fruits and vegetables are carefully locked in a fenced enclosure behind the store. The market loses a $75 deposit for each pallet that isn't returned, and there is a black market for pallets these days.
Coca-Cola is calling all families to go out and play this summer as part of the second annual America Is Your Park campaign. Phoenix families can vote for their favorite park to win the title of "America's Favorite Park" and a $100,000 recreation grant made possible by the Coca Cola Live Positively initiative.
ATLANTA — Costco customers may have to look elsewhere for Coca-Cola products now that the retailer has stopped carrying them because the pair are fighting over prices.
FORT WORTH, Texas - Few products are as closely associated with the American lifestyle as Coca-Cola.
NEW YORK — PepsiCo plans to remove sugary drinks from schools worldwide, following the success of programs in the U.S. aimed at cutting down on childhood obesity.
Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market first hit the Arizona grocery scene in 2007, catering to “wholesome food that doesn’t cost your whole paycheck.
What’s on your wish list this holiday season? How ‘bout a career in rock-n-roll?
It’s No. 135 on the 2012 Fortune 500 list of America’s largest corporations, and it’s entering the new year with a host of jobs open throughout its home state of Arizona.
NEW YORK - There’s a new security threat at some of the nation’s military bases — and it looks uncannily like a can of Coke.
NEW YORK - Wall Street rallied Wednesday after better-than-expected quarterly results from JPMorgan Chase and two other Dow Jones industrials raised investors' hopes that companies and the economy are indeed recovering from the protracted global credit crisis. The Dow rose more than 250 points as investors shrugged off any concerns about oil passing $115 a barrel for the first time.
PepsiCo Inc. plans to cut the sodium found in each serving of its key brands by one-fourth in five years, the company announced Monday, as the industry deals with pressure from the government and health-conscious shoppers who want more options.
Amaré Stoudemire is being sued by the managers of a firm who say they helped handle the business dealings of the Phoenix Suns star.
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Scorching summer heat translates to sizzling sales at outdoor soda vending machines, cola makers and grocery stores said Friday. Thirsty, hot buyers are more likely to grab a beverage from machines parked at schools, ball fields or outside of stores or hotels, industry employees said.
Tap water is making somewhat of a comeback. With a day’s worth of bottled water — the recommended 64 ounces — costing hundreds to thousands of dollars a year depending on the brand, more people are opting to slurp water that comes straight from the sink.