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Coca-Cola's new soda machine lets you mix your own flavors via Bluetooth

Look out world, Coca-Cola is introducing beverages to Bluetooth. On Friday, the company announced its brand new soda machine, the Coca-Cola Freestyle 9100, which will utilize Bluetooth connectivity to allow users connect via the Freestyle mobile app
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Using Your Profile to Attract Candidates

There has been quite the conversation about company branding in our industry and how this is helping drive candidates into the process. Why Coca-Cola or IBM need a branding team is beyond me, I am pretty sure they are well...
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Yes, Coca-Cola slushies in a pouch are a thing

Japan seems to be the place to be if you want wild Coca-Cola variations. Not content with talking about putting booze in their soda, the drinks company has debuted a slushie version that does away with those Frozen Coke machines that seem to break
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Coca-Cola is releasing a boozy version for the first time ever

Mixing booze with Coke is not a new thing. But now, Coca-Cola's Japanese arm has seemingly caught on to that fact, with the news it'll look to release an alcoholic drink for the first time in history. SEE ALSO: What it's like to live as a tea
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People arent taking Coke Zeros demise very well

From: Mashable By Johnny Lieu Recommended by: Mashable Coke Zero's days are numbered.The soda will be soon replaced by Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, another diet iteration the Coca-Cola Company hope will stop consumers turning away from
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From middle-class to middle-income India

From: Buisness-standard By Shailesh Dobhal Recommended by: business-standard After a disastrous serving of the “Thanda Matlab Coca-Cola” Rs 5, 200 ml bottle strategy a decade ago, Coca-Cola India is backing small serves again —
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Coke made a label that doubles as a wristband for music festivals

From: Mashable By Patrick Kulp Recommended by: Mashable Bottles of Coke could get Romanians into concerts this summer.The soda giant is printing detachable labels that double as festival wristbands to some of the country's biggest
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The ad man behind the worlds most famous commercial dies

From: Mashable By Patrick Kulp Recommended by: Mashable Bill Backer was best known for this iconic Coke commercial. Image: coca colaBill Backer, the creative mind behind what is considered to be the world's most famous
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Why Big Soda Is Still Fighting for a Place at the Breakfast Table

From:   By: Tove Danovich Via: Why Big Soda Is Still Fighting for a
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Facebook brings Coca-Cola ads to Nigeria with a cool solution to low bandwidth

Facebook has a problem: to exist, it needs to serve ads to users — the more with video, the better. But what happens when the users are in countries like India, Nigeria and the Phillippines, where video hogs expensive bandwidth that few people can