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The Coca-Cola Company's major competitors are PepsiCo, Dr Pepper Snapple Inc., Monster Beverage Corp., and Suntory Beverage & Food Ltd. Coca-Cola is the most popular and valuable beverage distributor. More »

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The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo are completely separate companies. Their lead products are similar, but they have been direct competitors since the early 20th century. More »

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The Coca-Cola Company offers many products including its namesake, Coca-Cola, as well as Sprite, Mellow Yellow, Odwalla and Glaceau Vitaminwater. It also produces Fanta and NOS energy drinks. In select locations, Coca-Co... More »

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No one person owns the Coca-Cola Company, according to its official website. Ownership is in fact spread out among thousands of investors and shareholders across the globe. More »

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The Coca-Cola Company has two types of ownership: public shareholding and institutional shareholding. The Coca-Cola Company is a public company that trades its shares on the New York Stock Exchange, and its stock is owne... More »

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Dr. Pepper is not owned by the Coca-Cola Company or PepsiCo in the United States. It operates under the Dr Pepper Snapple Group, which also owns 7 Up and Snapple. In international markets, Coca-Cola owns most of the righ... More »

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Because the Coca-Cola Company is a publicly traded company with shares available through the New York Stock Exchange, no one person or organization owns the company; the shareholders do. As of December 2014, institutiona... More »

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