• Unethical Practices by Pepsi and Coca Cola
    UNETHICAL PRACTICES BY COCA COLA AND PEPSI INTRODUCATION: AUTHORIZATION: This report is being submitted to DR. Muhammad Khalili, Professor of business ethics, University of Wollongong in Dubai. The topic of the report is unethical issues of coca cola in comparison with Pepsi. Purpose of the...
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  • Ehics
    done many of reports and studies about several issues about these activities. However, in this article, Oxfam claims that Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have taken lands from the poor for their sugar plantation. It’s unethical to blame anyone without having clear evidence, even though they have reports, but...
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    -5?op=1 SEC (2011). The Coca-Cola Company. United States Securities and Exchange Commission. Retrieved from http://www.coca-colacompany.com/investors/investors-info-sec-filings Srivastava, A (2008). Coca-Cola Continues Unethical and Dishonest Practices in India. India Resource Center...
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  • Introduction
    . The Coca-Cola Company has been involved in controversies and lawsuits related to human rights violations and other unethical practices. A number of lawsuits have been filed in relation to its allegedly monopolistic and discriminatory practices, some of which have been dismissed, some of which have...
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  • Coca Cola Unethical Business Practices Atricle
    Unethical Companies: Coca-Cola April 28, 2010 Coca-Cola is the largest soda provider in the world. Although it is widely consumed, many people are unaware of its labor violations. The company has come under fire in the last few months for the way in which its workers are treated in Guatemala...
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  • Coke pesticide crisis
    tests:- Market leaders Coca-Cola and Pepsi had almost similar concentrations of pesticide residues. Total pesticides in all PepsiCo brands on an average were 0.0180 mg/l (milligram per litre), 36 times higher than the EEC limit for total pesticides (0.0005 mg/l). Total pesticides in all Coca-Cola...
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  • Learning
    behaviour, performance management system of the organization must be modified to incorporate ethical behaviour as a parameter for appraisal and rewards Case study Unethical Companies: Coca-Cola Coca-Cola is the largest soda provider in the world. Although it is widely consumed, many people...
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  • Coca Cola Branding Strategies
    South East Asia, and strong infrastructure across the world. Among weaknesses they have is a negative publicity where The Coca-Cola Company has been involved in a number of controversies and lawsuits related to its relationship with human rights violations and other perceived unethical practices...
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  • Coca Cola Swot India
    lawsuits related to its relationships with the human rights violations and other perceived unethical practices. There have been criticisms regarding Coca Cola Company’s relations to the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy. The company received negative publicity in India during September 2006. The company...
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  • Assignment 3
     Assignment #2: The Coca-Cola Company Struggles with Ethical Crisis Case Study By: Kevin Thompson February 16, y Dr. Jack Huddleston Delineate the ethical issues and dilemmas (as found in Chapter 3) the company faced. The ethical issues and dilemmas...
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  • Consumer Perseption for Coca Cola
    Coca-Cola Company has been involved in a number of controversies and lawsuits related to its relationship with human rights violations and other perceived unethical practices. There have been continuing criticisms regarding the Coca-Cola Company's relation to the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy...
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  • Cocacola
    was a gap within the company’s accounting practices especially since the “findings” were not discovered five years after the channel stuffing had occurred for two years and stopped. Coca-Cola continued to have serious ethical issues as recently as 2006 when an employee tried to sell Pepsi (the...
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  • Study of Ethical Issues of Coca Cola
    . COMPETITON ACROSS WORLD 1. Pepsi is usually second to Coke in sales but outsells Coca-Cola in some markets. Around the world, some local brands compete with Coke. 2. In South and Central America Kola Real, known as Big Cola in Mexico, is a fast-growing competitor to Coca-Cola. 3. On the...
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  • assignment
    with human rights violations and other perceived unethical practices. There have been continuing criticisms regarding the Coca-Cola Company's relation to the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy. The company received negative publicity in India during September 2006.The company was accused by the...
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  • Effective Training
    any change in its operations. They said this was an attempt at greenwashing as Coca-Cola's business practices in India had tarnished its brand image not only in India but also globally. The case discusses the likely challenges for Coca-Cola India as it prepares to implement its new CSR strategy...
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  • Marketing for Coca Cola
    be spread out amongst the acquired brands and its extended product lines. While Coca Cola focuses only on beverage brands and Coke as its main product, holding a substantial 41.9% in total market share in 2009; Pepsi accepted the fact and changed their focus to ‘Better-for-You’ products. PepsiCo...
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  • Ethics and Compliance
    and hints at shareholder preference. A recent report indicates that Coca Cola, a direct industry rival of Pepsi Cola, reported a return on equity of 26% in 2011 and 43.5% in 2010 (Coca Cola Return on Equity, 2012). Compared to Pepsi Cola, Coca Cola’s return on equity fell significantly between...
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  • Marketing
    Contribution to the group project 1. Introduction Our project objectives are to understand how both The Coca Cola Company and Pepsi does their marketing in the aspects of the 4 Ps, Product, Place, Price and Promotion. At the same time we would evaluate their marketing strategies used by both companies...
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  • Coca-Cola
    strongly disavowed any allegations of discrimination contained in the lawsuit . Monopolistic Business Practices In 2000, a US federal judge dismissed an antitrust lawsuit filed by the PepsiCo Inc., after Pepsi accused the Coca-Cola Company of monopolizing the United States market for fountain...
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  • report on coca-cola
    perceived unethical practices. There have been continuing criticisms regarding the Coca-Cola Company's relation to the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy. The company received negative publicity in India during September 2006.The company was accused by the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE...
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