Is Your Dividend Merely a ‘Shiny Object’ to Investors?
Coca Cola epitomizes a frequent truth: that the value of dividends paid by old, mature companies can be wiped out by stagnant revenue and profits.
Coca-Cola to Pay $3.2 Billion for Stake in African Bottler
The world’s largest soft drink maker will buy the assets from Anheuser-Busch and refranchise operations to new partners.
Chobani Rejects PepsiCo Offer to Buy Stake
The yogurt maker chooses to pursue growth opportunities on its own rather than bring PepsiCo in as a majority investor.
Pepsi, Coke Vying for Stake in Chobani
The Greek-yogurt maker is in talks with the soft drinks companies to sell a minority stake, including warrants owned by private equity firm TPG Capital.
Keurig Shares Drop 30% on Q3 Sales Slump
Shares closed at $52.67 on Thursday, down 29.75%, wiping out more than $3 billion in market value.
Pulling the Plug on Voicemail
JPMorgan Chase is shutting off voicemail for some employees in its consumer and community banking unit.
EMC Expands Into Cloud With $1.2B Deal
The $24 billion storage giant said the deal, expected to close in the third quarter, will help increase revenue and profit in 2016.
Coke Expanding in China With $400M Deal
The deal to buy a plants-based protein drinks company is Coca-Cola's first attempted acquisition in China since 2010.
Coca-Cola Joins Euro Bond Rush
The beverage company sold 8.5 billion euros worth of bonds, the largest ever by a U.S. issuer.
The Companies That Pay the Slowest
Could you tolerate a customer that took more than 200 days to pay their invoice? Many suppliers to large companies do.