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ReporterA Danville artist can now finish what he was ordered to stop. Jeffery Seiden owner of Dan River Art Works in downtown Danville started restoring a faded sign, or "ghost" sign, on the side of the former Coca-Cola building. City leaders told Seiden he...
Tags: Coca-Cola Co.
ReporterYou could call it the new Coke. The beverage company has come up with a new type of soda fountain. It's called the Coca-Cola Freestyle. It was introduced two years ago in major cities. It is just now making its way to Roanoke. Firehouse Subs at...
ReutersThe Sports Xchange France: Science will drive innovation in NASCAR racing By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange CONCORD, N.C.-- With the tightest competition possible the overriding goal of NASCAR chairman and CEO...
A frosted door, etched "Est 1886," greets visitors who wind past a small, canopied patio behind Pasadena's Raymond restaurant. That door was not there 127 years ago. Nor was the patio. Nor the restaurant. Instead, the year refers to the first...
ReutersMEXICO CITY, May 21 (Reuters) - Shares in Mexican bottling and retail company Femsa fell more than 4 percent to 134.34 pesos on Tuesday after Swiss bank Credit Suisse cut its view to underperform. The bank on Monday night raised its price target for...
Tags: Mexico, Coca-Cola Co.
While Bunny the donkey drinks water every day, it's not her favorite beverage. She prefers the refreshing taste of Coca-Cola. When young people visit the home of Leo and Eleanor Haar, Leo Haar lets Bunny drink Coke for the kids’ enjoyment. The...
Tags: Palm Sunday, Coca-Cola Co.
Reuters(Nicholas Wapshott is a Reuters columnist) By Nicholas Wapshott May 10 (Reuters) - In World War Two, the Libyan port of Benghazi was hard fought over, changing hands five times between Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korps and the Allied forces. Seventy years on,...
ReutersMay 9 (Reuters) - Headlines Jailed Enron chief could see sentence shortened by 10 years () Dimon pledges to fix compliance problems () Coke acts to fend off obesity criticism () BAE sees 'modest growth' in wake of defence spending cuts ()...
Tags: Coca-Cola Co., Weight, David Cameron, Obesity, Saudi Arabia
ReutersBy Jonathan Stempel OMAHA, Neb., May 8 (Reuters) - Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc invests in dozens of businesses, and a new book tries to explain it all to young readers, from A to Z. Two Omaha residents, author Nancy Rips and illustrator...
Mark Tercek had some horribly awkward moments after he left Goldman Sachs to run a U.S. environmental charity, the Nature Conservancy. At one of his first big staff meetings, he committed a total eco no-no by drinking from a plastic water bottle. When...
Somewhere along the way, Ronnie and Sandy Blankenbiller acquired a novelty coin bank shaped like a gigantic Coca-Cola bottle and started to fill it with spare change. It was a savings account of sorts for their granddaughter, Nyah Tallman, a first-...
Clout StreetMayor Rahm Emanuel on Monday announced his latest partnership with Coca-Cola: The soft drink giant will pay for 50,000 blue recycling carts for Chicago homes and in return gets to put images of Coke products on the lids of the familiar bins. Emanuel tied...
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