Coca Cola

McDonald's, Coke Want Sepp Blatter Gone

McDonald's, Coke Want Sepp Blatter Gone

By Dustin Braden - Oct 02, 2015 06:31 PM EDT

McDonald's and Coca-Cola, two of the largest sponsors of FIFA and its events, have both publicly called for Sepp Blatter, the organization's president, to resign because he is at the focus of an international corruption investigation.

World of Coca Cola, Atlanta, Georgia

Coca-Cola Funds Scientists To Focus On Exercise Rather Than Dieting

By R. Siva Kumar - Aug 10, 2015 01:17 PM EDT

The beverage giant is facing criticism for promoting obesity through its drinks, yet shifting the blame on lack of exercise.

Visa Threatens to Revoke FIFA Sponsorhip

Visa Threatens to Revoke FIFA Sponsorhip

By Dustin M Braden - May 28, 2015 09:50 AM EDT

Visa, the world's largest financial services company, has threatened to deliver a possibly fatal blow to FIFA after prominent members of the organization were arrested on corruption related charges.

Getty Images/iStockphoto/Getty Images/iStockphoto Research suggests that energy drinks may cause a spike in heart contractions.

List of Energy Drinks That Contain Outrageous Amounts of Sugar Revealed

By Maria Slither - Feb 28, 2015 10:41 AM EST

A UK campaigner group said that energy drinks could be harmful to children as these contain as much as 20 teaspoons of sugar in each bottle. The group is currently asking the energy drinks to be banned.

Coca Cola

Coca Cola Company Buys Stake in Monster Beverages for $2.5 Billion

By Sarah Price - Aug 16, 2014 12:34 PM EDT

The Coca-Cola Company has agreed to purchase 16.7 percent stake in Monster Beverages, the famous energy and soft drinks manufacturing firm for a deal worth $2.5 billion, the companies announced Friday, Aug 14.

Senate investigating Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs for commodities manipulation

Senate investigating Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs for commodities market manipulation

By Dustin M Braden - Aug 08, 2014 09:10 AM EDT

The U.S. Senate is investigating both Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs for manipulating commodities markets in an effort to reap greater profits.

Fun Stuff

Editor's pick

Real Time Analytics