Tom Juliano thought his mom was working too hard last Christmas when he was home from college. She kept going over a project, trying to make it perfect before a deadline. A video script for work. Something about leadership. Six months later, Tom, 19, started his summer job as a Coca-Cola
There are so many working pieces and so many moving parts that come together to make Coca-Cola such an amazing system. I recently had the opportunity to capture a day in the life of one of Coke's veteran delivery drivers, Barry Wilkins. Barry has been “delivering happiness” for more than 20 years.
The bomb exploded less than half a mile away from David Hazinski's training camp in Karachi, Pakistan. "The ceiling caved in... there were some electrical sparks as wires became disconnected and the room filled with smoke," he said. "We thought we'd been bombed." He yelled
If you ask most people what the most critical threats are to our global society, you’ll get a variety of answers, from the way we treat the environment, to the growing gap between the rich and the poor, to a diminished emphasis on traditional values, to too much -- or not enough -- religion, to our
Coke’s PlantBottle technology was recognized last month on Capitol Hill as one of the innovations helping to fuel the bio-based manufacturing boom. Scott Vitters, general manager of the global PlantBottle platform, testified at a hearing for the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and
A college diploma is one key to starting your career engine, but learning to be more creative could help turbo-charge it. Just like college coursework, creativity can be learned—you don’t have to be born with these skills. Focusing on them is definitely worthwhile: companies value creativity