On March 21, 2017, the U.S. Water Partnership presented its 2017 Water Leader Award to Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, in a ceremony at the U.S. Institute for Peace in Washington, D.C. Kent received the award for leading the company through its vision and achievement of some of its biggest environmental and humanitarian efforts during his tenure as CEO, including many water stewardship milestones, namely reaching the company’s
WASHINGTON, D.C – The U.S. Water Partnership (USWP) presented its 2017 Water Leader Award to Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, Tuesday in a ceremony at the U.S. Institute for Peace.
Kent received the award for leading the company through its vision and achievement of some of its biggest environmental and humanitarian efforts during his tenure as CEO, including many water stewardship milestones, namely reaching the company’s
The air was crisp. The snow-capped mountains of the Swiss Alps peeked out along the horizon as I creeped up to the edge of the pool. Dressed in Coca-Cola red, with my colleagues on either side, my heart was pounding. We stood before hundreds of people cheering loudly and the blinding flashes of dozens of photographers snapping away.
Over a loud speaker, the countdown began. Five. Four. Three. Two. One.
In I went, the cold
Coca-Cola Brazil—together with Banco do Nordeste (Brazil Northeast Bank) and other NGO, private and public sector partners—will invest $6.5 million by 2020 to increase access to clean drinking water for low-income communities in Brazil’s northeast region. The alliance, which announced the commitment just ahead of World Water Day 2017, will work together to source, develop and test innovative and scalable water solutions.
Additional partners, all
Note: This story initially was published in Going Places, the in-flight magazine of Malaysia Airlines, and is being reposted with permission on Coca-Cola Journey.
All eyes are on Sadin Limun as he turns on the newly installed tap in Kampung Kalampun's common area. The sight of cold water gushing out, which many of us take for granted, brings wide grins to everyone's faces. "It's much easier now," Sadin, the 57-year-old village chief, says
For the first time since its founding in 2000, Latino Leaders Magazine introduced its "Best Companies for Latinos" index highlighting U.S. corporations with the best recruitment, retention and development programs for Hispanic talent. The Coca-Cola Company ranked No. 3 out of 22 companies profiled.
Rankings were based on the following areas: recruitment and retention of Latinos; affinity groups and internal strategies to promote inclusion;
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Larry M. Mark is Vice President and Controller at The Coca-Cola Company. After joining the company in the Audit Department, Mark’s 25-year career in finance at Coca-Cola includes serving as Deputy Controller; Chief Financial Officer for Coca-Cola North America; Chief Financial Officer for Coca-Cola Europe and Vice President of Finance for North America’s Foodservice and Hospitality
“At times when I would rather be dead, the thought that I could never write another poem has so far stopped me."
These words of poet Frank O'Hara appeared in the final pages of The New American Poetry (1960), carrying with them the untempered fervor, drama and resolute tone his writing was known for. His poetry was informed by his life in the social circles of New York creative elites that reigned during a time when art in the United States
SCHLADMING, AUSTRIA--The first thing I heard upon arriving at the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Winter Games 2017 was an Austrian organizer saying that the only way to fully appreciate the magic of Special Olympics was to experience it first hand.
With that in mind, I headed to Plenai Stadium despite the heavy rains pouring down on the famous ski resort near Salzburg.
Inside the stadium, I was immediately surprised by the diversity