News: The Coca-Cola Co (KO)
1 Apr 2015
Fri, Mar 27 2015
(The following statement was released by the rating agency) CHICAGO/LONDON, March 27 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has published its new Rating Navigators for: --The Coca-Cola Company --Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. --PepsiCo Inc. --Coca-Cola Icecek --Coca-Cola FEMSA SAB --Corporacion Lindley --Embotelladora Andina --Grupo Embotellador Atic --Ajecorp These reports should be read in conjunction with the 'Introducing Rating Navigators for Corporates' report dated Nov. 5, 2014 and 'Non-Alcoholic Beverages
WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The Coca-Cola Co has made a good start in axing land grabs from its supply chain, but it must work harder in proving that its bottlers and sugar suppliers do not violate land rights, development experts told the company.
* Land experts say Coke must work harder to check its suppliers
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BOSTON - A decision by Coca-Cola Co's chief executive to decline his 2014 bonus did not go far enough, a well-known pay critic said Friday, indicating the company could face more scrutiny of its compensation ahead of its shareholder meeting this spring.
- Coca-Cola Co said on Thursday its chief executive declined a $2.5 million bonus in 2014 while other top-level employees received lower-than-expected compensation as the world's largest soda maker struggles to boost revenues amid sluggish demand for soft drinks.
March 12 - Coca-Cola Co said on Thursday its chief executive declined a $2.5 million bonus in 2014 while other top-level employees received lower-than-expected compensation as the world's largest soda maker struggles to boost revenues amid sluggish demand for soft drinks.
March 12 - Coca-Cola Co said Chief Executive Muhtar Kent earned $25.2 million in compensation in 2014, about 23 percent higher than the previous year.
Coca-Cola and David Puttnam, the producer of the 1984 film "The Killing Fields," have been recruited by the government to help shift the world's image of Cambodia away from land mines and corruption and toward one of a booming economy and easy business, Cambodia Daily reported, citing the Commerce Minister Sun Chanthol. (http://bit.ly/1H39P4B)
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