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Donald Trump checks his notes in Burnsville, Minnesota. Photograph: Jim Watson / AFP.

Image of the week: On the ropes As the Brexit contingent take a relative breather (Theresa May has gone hill-walking in Wales), there’s plenty of tim(...)

In the era of sugar taxes, the weight of Coke’s marketing spend is set to shift further away from the classic variant. Photograph: Remy Gabalda/AFP/Getty Images

How the fashions change. There was a time, not so long ago, when it would have been unthinkable for Coca-Cola to shell out for a soccer sponsorship in(...)

Coca-Cola highlighted particular strength in Coca-Cola Zero Sugar and Diet Coke. Photograph: Reuters

Coca-Cola beat market expectations for both sales and profits during its second quarter as the company’s revamp of Diet Coke and general shift in its (...)

Diet Coke’s US sales grew for the first time in eight years, helped by its redesigned cans and flavours such as “twisted mango” and “feisty cherry”. Photograph: Craig Barritt/Getty Images

Coca-Cola’s moves to make its drinks more appetising to millennials are paying off. The soda giant beat forecasts for profits and revenues in the fir(...)

Jon Woods, general manager of Coca-Cola for Britain and Ireland: “I’ve spent my whole career selling products that I like to consume.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

At the Coca-Cola Company, the more things change, the more Coke itself stays the same. While other soft drinks in its portfolio such as Fanta and Spri(...)

The kind of Chu-Hi  drink planned by Coca-Cola typically contains between  3 and 8 per cent alcohol. Photograph: AFP

Coca-Cola is planning a break with 125 years to experiment with its first alcoholic drink as the world’s largest soft drinks company eyes Japan’s grow(...)

 Coke’s results validate its strategy of becoming a marketing and drink-formulation company rather than a bottler. Photograph: Reuters

Coca-Cola’s push to diversify its drinks and spin off company-owned bottlers is bearing fruit. The company posted sales that beat analysts’ estimates (...)

The euro weakened against the dollar after the European Central Bank decided to extend its stimulus programme. Photograph: Daniel Roland/AFP/Getty Images

US stocks followed European markets higher on Friday while the euro weakened against the dollar after the European Central Bank’s Thursday decision t(...)

The merger comes as Coca-Cola is confronting a decline in fizzy-drinks sales, especially in developed markets. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Three of Europe’s main bottlers of Coca-Cola products are to combine in a $27 billion deal to simplify manufacturing at the world’s largest drink make(...)

Coca-Cola Life, a naturally-sweetened drink with a third less sugar but critics remain unimpressed.

Coca-Cola has announced plans to launch a new version of its bestselling soft drink with a third less sugar and a third fewer calories as part of gove(...)