In the Spotlight -Dr Pepper Snapple Group shares climb on FY estimates

By Michelle Russell | 18 February 2011

Dr Pepper Snapple Group's shares were fizzing yesterday (17 February) as the beverage giant recorded quarterly and full-year profits that beat estimates, cheering investors.

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Dr Pepper Snapple Group's shares were fizzing yesterday (17 February) as the beverage giant recorded quarterly and full-year profits that beat estimates, cheering investors.

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