The distiller said that it has created a 100 percent paper-based spirits bottle made entirely from sustainably sourced wood
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Major sponsors to stick by IOC in trying times after Games' postponement to 2021
Despite the severe financial toll on the sponsors, the companies generally consider themselves long-term partners of the IOC
Coronavirus outbreak: FMCG firms limit operations only to essential items; Amazon, Walmart to stop non-essential sales
As various state governments issue notifications, the FMCG firms are in discussions with them to ensure that manufacture and distribution of essential products are streamlined
Protests, riots hit businesses in varying degrees, India needs to solve problems in democratic manner: Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey
Protests and riots impact businesses in a society in varying degrees, and India needs to solve problems it is grappling with in a "democratic" manner, global beverages major Coca-Cola's Global Chairman and Chief Executive Officer James Quincey said on Monday
Coke Studio: 11 years in, new season of beloved music show runs afoul of copyright issues, but stays afloat
The 12th season of Coke Studio faced down copyright claims not just once but thrice in the last month with its episodes, along with criticism that followed some of their song choices, for instance, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan singing on Junoon’s Sayonee.
Plastic crisis management needs consumer participation, but companies must take ultimate responsibility
Manufacturers of consumer products obviously play a major role in the growing plastic problem. This is reflected in the Australian Packaging Covenant, an agreement between government and industry.
VG Siddhartha found dead: CCD founder reimagined idea of coffee in India, always sought to strike out on his own
V G Siddhartha was listed as the 75th richest man in India in the Forbes billionaire in 2015
Like so many good ideas in India, contract farming is also one which has existed, thrived, and made its mark
Coca Cola in talks to buy stake in VG Siddhartha-owned Café Coffee Day as American giant looks to gain foothold in café space
VG Siddhartha, who recently sold 20.32 percent stake in Mindtree to L&T, wants to retain a stake CCD and does not want to exit completely
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: As temperatures soar in France, organisers and teams take measures to tackle the heat
With temperatures increasing in France, FIFA will be taking some precautionary measures to ensure that players are hydrated during matches
There is a concern that big corporations will use scientific studies as a PR exercise, changing the narrative on health.
McDonald's reopens 13 stores in Delhi-NCR, permanently removes some of the least popular items from menu
McDonald has also taken Maaza beverage off the list, a fruit-based drink brand from Coca-Cola
Reliance Jio Digital Services acquires AI firm Haptik in Rs 700 cr-deal; investment focus on expansion of platform
Reliance will hold about 87% of the business with the rest being held by Haptik founders and employees through stock option grants.
To blanket the world in internet, OneWeb means to send up about 650 satellites into orbit.
Unilever emerges as leading bidder in tight contest for GlaxoSmithKline's Horlicks nutrition business
GSK’s assets, which include the popular malt-based drinks Horlicks and Boost, is likely to fetch less than $4 billion, said people close the deal
The company so far had an exclusive arrangement with Coca-Cola in the country.
Several firms snap ties with Suhel Seth's brand consultancy Counselage after sexual misconduct allegations
Seth played a key role in rebuilding the Tata brand in the wake of abrupt sacking of then Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry in 2016.
Father of two jailed in France for feeding children only cakes, Coca-Cola while spending welfare money on alcohol
The father, who was described as violent towards his wife and children, was jailed for three months Wednesday in Limoges, central France. The eldest boy had to have seven sugar-rotten teeth removed, and the second does not speak
Coca-Cola agrees to buy world’s second largest coffee chain Costa from Britain’s Whitbread Plc for enterprise value of $5.1 billion
Whitbread Plc said in a statement on Friday that the deal will give Coca-Cola almost 4,000 coffee outlets in the UK and across Europe