In the Spotlight - A Monster Deal in the Offing for Coca-Cola?

By James Wilmore | 4 May 2012

Have journalists on the Wall Street Journal business desk been drinking too many energy drinks, or will its story that The Coca-Cola Co is to swoop for Monster bear fruit?

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Have journalists on the Wall Street Journal business desk been drinking too many energy drinks, or will its story that The Coca-Cola Co is to swoop for Monster bear fruit?

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