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  1. Monster Rally: $25/Share Of Upside Still On The Table

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    Tue, 19 Aug 2014

    Company's global system and accelerate Monster's opportunity to grow internationally." Additionally, Coke CEO Muhtar Kent said in the press release that, "Our equity investment in Monster is a capital efficient way to bolster our participation

  2. From Barron’s, March 11, 2013 (Part 2)

    Commentary

    Sat, 9 Mar 2013

    Dell ; pg 27]; Genworth Financial [ GNW ; pg 28]; Macy’s [M; pg 29]; Coca-Cola [ KO ;CEO spotlight on Muhtar Kent ; BRK-A owns 8.9%; pg 38]. BBBY story http://online.barrons.com/article/SB50001424052748704836204578340321075970836

  3. Coke to Amend Operating Structure in 2013; Shares Overvalued but Offer FCF Stability, Dividend Yield

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    Mon, 30 Jul 2012

    to continue leading BIG. All three will report to CEO Muhtar Kent . While some might see the reorganization as a grooming process for Coke's succession planning, we note that Muhtar Kent has only been CEO for a little over three years and we

  4. China Fears Much Ado About Nothing

    Headlines

    Mon, 12 Sep 2011

    billion over the next three years in China, bringing the total investment to more than $7 billion beginning in 2012. Muhtar Kent , chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, stated, “China is one our most important growth markets in the world

  5. 6 Top Consumer Goods Stocks for 2011

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    Wed, 15 Dec 2010

    expect a focus on contour bottles. This, after Swartzberg’s recent meeting with Coca-Cola’s chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent . The analyst said Kent didn’t comment on speculation that Coca-Cola was considering an offer for fruit juice and

  6. Coke Renews Interest in Huiyuan

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    Thu, 23 Apr 2009

    takes a minority stake and ownership remains in Chinese hands. In other news, Coca-Cola on Thursday confirmed CEO Muhtar Kent as its new chairman, replacing Neville Isdell, who has retired. Although we think Kent has demonstrated quite strong

  7. Coke Keeps Its Options Open

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    Tue, 21 Apr 2009

    North American bottling companies, Coca-Cola reiterated its commitment to its bottler franchisee model. Coke CEO Muhtar Kent said he still believes this model is the most effective way for the firm to execute efficiently. However, we think

  8. Bottler Woes Overshadow Coke's 2Q

    Commentary

    Thu, 17 Jul 2008

    commodity costs are having on the value of its domestic franchise. This only increases the urgency with which new CEO Muhtar Kent needs to work on addressing the business model Coke uses with its bottlers, which has tended to benefit the parent

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