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  • Business
    WHY THE BUSINESS WORLD IS TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE
    Over the last two weeks, the city of Chennai, India has experienced the worst rains and floods in a century. The human and economic toll on this metropolis of 9 million has been enormous.Climate change is here. It’s not a theoretical discussion, but an on-the-ground reality today. The good news is
  • Sustainability
    PROJECT CATALYST: GROWER-LED PARTNERSHIP INSPIRES PROGRESS
    “Cane growers can't do it alone. World Wildlife Fund, Reef Catchments and The Coca-Cola Company can’t do it alone. But together, we create a powerful partnership, the potential of which we’re just beginning to see.” – Tony Bugeja, cane farmer in North Queensland, AustraliaThese words perfectly capture
  • Innovation
    #SHAREACOKE EMOTICON ON TWITTER SETS WORLD RECORD
    UPDATE AS OF SEPT. 21, 2015:  Coca-Cola set a record for the "World's Largest Cheers" last week through the creative use of the #ShareaCoke hashtag on Twitter, which instantly generated a special emoticon featuring a pair of clinking Coke bottles. Between 12 a.m. ET on Sept. 17 and 12
  • Jobs
    MEET DEKLAH POLANSKY, COCA-COLA EXPERIENTIAL DESIGN DIRECTOR
    What’s your background?I was born and raised on a small kibbutz in the Golan Heights, on the northern tip of Israel. After the Army, I moved to New York and attended The School of Visual Arts. I worked my way through school in an ad agency and as a photographer’s assistant. After school, I landed a
  • Jobs
    #OUTOFOFFICE: COCA-COLA BY DAY AND PUCCINI AT NIGHT
    John Lane began his career with Coca-Cola in 1989 hand-keying barcodes for fountain dispensing equipment. And while his role at the company over the last 25 years has varied, his passion for music and his love of opera and choral singing outside the office have not. The business consultant
  • Jobs
    EMPLOYEES 'SHARE A COKE' WITH ATLANTA CABBIES
    On a summer afternoon, Kisha McClure found herself sitting in the dining area  at Coca-Cola headquarters in Atlanta. The lineup of cabs outside soon caught her eye on the sweltering day.Wouldn’t it be great, McClure posted on the company's social network, to bring the cabbies a few ice-cold drinks?The

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