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  • Coca-Cola announces $200 million investment in Bangladesh

    Coca-Cola Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) James Quincey announces an additional investment of USD200 million in Bangladesh over the next five years to expand the business.

  • High Court

    HC rule on ‘indecent words’ in Coca-Cola ads

    The High Court issues a rule asking why action should not be taken against Coca-Cola for using “indecent and distorted words” in their advertisements.

  • Coca-Cola looking at cannabis-infused drinks

    Coca-Cola says it is studying the use of a key ingredient in marijuana in "wellness beverages," as a growing number of mainstream companies develop cannabis-infused drinks.

  • Coca-Cola to launch its first alcoholic drink

    Coca-Cola plans to launch its first ever alcoholic drink in Japan, in a surprising departure for a US company identified with cola and other non-alcoholic beverages.

  • Tapas Kumar Mondal

    Coca-Cola to invest more in Bangladesh

    The Coca-Cola Company is going to invest more in Bangladesh to expand its footprint, encouraged by growing demand for beverages and steady economic growth of the country, said a top official recently.

  • Sugar shortage hits Coke in Venezuela

    A sugar shortage forces Coca-Cola to stop producing soft drinks in Venezuela amid an escalating food and energy shortage.

  • ‘Forced labour’ at Qatar World Cup site

    Rights group Amnesty International has accused Qatar of using forced labour at a flagship World Cup 2022 stadium.

  • Be hungry, be Foodie along with Coca-Cola and Grameenphone is bringing in the latest edition of its Foodiez Fest – #FoodiezWinterFest 2015 – where more than 35 popular food brands will be coming with their mouthwatering food items, all in one place.

  • Fifa sponsors say Blatter must go

    Fifa president Sepp Blatter will not resign despite major sponsors Coca-Cola, Visa, Budweiser and McDonald's calling for him to go immediately.

  • Fifa presidency

    Blatter and Ali battle for power

    While Fifa continues to reel from "a storm" of damaging corruption allegations, 209 member associations will decide on Friday whether to give Sepp Blatter a fifth term as president.