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  • Tiny Cokes: Less guilt means more money for makers

    NEW YORK (AP) — Americans want to cut back on soda, and they're willing to pay more to do it. With people drinking less soda amid health concerns, Coke and Pepsi are pushing smaller cans and bottles that contain fewer calories and, they say,...
  • Nearly all of Coca-Cola's headquarters employees ditch voice mail

    Nearly all of Coca-Cola's headquarters employees ditch voice mail
    Coca-Cola is cleaning up its in-boxes, but not the email kind. All but 6% of employees at Coca-Cola's Atlanta headquarters and nearby technology plaza recently opted to shut off their landline voice-mail systems. The expectation is that without voice...
  • Man drinks 10 cans of Coke per day for an entire month, for science

    Man drinks 10 cans of Coke per day for an entire month, for science
    What would happen to your body if you drank 10 12-ounce cans of Coke a day? 50-year-old George Prior decided to find out.  Inspired by Morgan Spurlock's "Super Size Me" documentary, in which the filmmaker ate nothing but McDonald's food for an entire...
  • Old Coca-Cola building in L.A. to be refreshed as plush office complex

    Old Coca-Cola building in L.A. to be refreshed as plush office complex
    A century-old Coca-Cola manufacturing plant in a formerly run-down section of downtown Los Angeles is about to pop as a plush new office and retail complex. The elaborate makeover of the three-story brick-clad building most recently used as a toy...
  • What products should kids have the right to buy?

    What products should kids have the right to buy?
    Should children have the legal right to purchase products that are excessively high in added sugar, such as soda and candy? The quick and obvious answer is "yes." After all, sugary products are a source of calories, and calories are required for survival....
  • Donors step up to support Games

    According to Cindy Bergman, associate executive director of the Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center, planning to present such a large-scale event as the JCC Maccabi Games — which take place in Boca Raton from Aug. 10-15 — took...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms owners want to make an impact in Allentown community

    hen you first meet Rob and Jim Brooks, you find two quiet, unassuming men who could be standing next to you in line at the supermarket or making pleasant conversation while waiting for your lunch order at a pizza joint in center city Allentown. They are...
  • Chicago ad agency Commonground forms minority-owned holding company

     Chicago ad agency Commonground forms minority-owned holding company
    Chicago-based Commonground, one of the largest multicultural advertising agencies in the U.S., just got a lot bigger. The 10-year-old agency recently joined forces with two leading Hispanic agencies, Miami-based MGSCOMM and New York-based Vidal...
  • Malcolm MacDougall dies at 86; adman best known for Diet Coke campaign

    Malcolm MacDougall dies at 86; adman best known for Diet Coke campaign
    Malcolm (Mal) MacDougall, a Madison Avenue veteran best known for his "just for the taste of it" ad campaign introducing Diet Coke, died Friday in New York. He was 86. The cause was complications of cancer, said his business partner, Stephen Judson....
  • How John Cena is Going Hollywood to Attract New Fans to WWE

    Nothing intimidated John Cena, who regularly faces 300-pound men in the wrestling ring -- until he had to audition for Judd Apatow and Amy Schumer. No slouch himself, packing 250 pounds onto a muscular 6-foot-one-inch frame, Cena was eager to make the...
  • Battles rage in Oregon, Colorado over genetically modified foods

    Battles rage in Oregon, Colorado over genetically modified foods
    Voters in two Western states are caught in fierce battles over whether consumers will know what is deep inside their food. Oregon and Colorado on Nov. 4 will decide the fate of labeling laws for genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, the latest fronts...