Twitter Works to Make Advertisers Feel Safe

Twitter is taking steps to ensure advertisers feel safe on its platform, a vital step for the company’s long-term growth.

High-Profile Companies Join Facebook Advertising Boycott

Multiple high-profile companies have joined the ranks of those boycotting Facebook advertising over racist and violent content.

Microsoft Scores Five-Year Coca-Cola Contract

Microsoft has announced a five-year contract with Coca-Cola to modernize and standardize the beverage company’s software.

Brominated Vegetable Oil Eliminated From Powerade

Coca-Cola has now eliminated a controversial ingredient from its line of popular Powerade sports drinks. According to an Associated Press report, some Powerade flavors sold in at least three states and Washington, D.C. no longer list brominated vegetable oil as…

Coca Cola’s ‘America The Beautiful’ Ad Causes Controversy

This year Coca Cola ditched its lovable polar bears, opting instead for  for a more arousing Super Bowl commercial. Coca Cola chose to go with an ad that they had to have known would spark controversy — but some call…

Coca-Cola, “America the Beautiful” Ad Causes Stir

These days, people love to be outraged. Whether their outrage comes from a tweet they’ve seen and found offensive, or from a song they think is inappropriate, it doesn’t take much for some people to get all bent out of…

Coca-Cola Laptop Theft Could Endanger 74,000 People

The Coca-Cola Company made the announcement on Friday that they recently had a possible security breech when several of its company laptops went missing. The soft drink corporation said that several of their employee laptops were stolen from the Coca-Cola…

Coca-Cola Stolen Laptops Held Personal Employee Info

The Wall Street Journal reports that up to 74,000 of former and current Coca-Cola employees’ personal information could be compromised due to a recent Atlanta headquarter theft. An employee, who was promptly fired, was assigned to dispose of the laptops…

Monster Drinks: Is Coca Cola Looking to Buy Them?

Anyone who has either visited a gas station or been around teenage boys for any length of time in the past ten years is probably familiar with Monster, which is a specific, popular brand of energy drink. The drink has…

How Prohibition Made Soda the King of Beverages

A new book by author Tristan Donovan called Fizz: How Soda Shook Up The World was excerpted this week in the Atlantic, and he argues that Coca-Cola has the 1920’s Prohibition movement to thank for its rise to glory. As…