US: Coca-Cola Co readies share buyback

By James Wilmore | 19 October 2012

The Coca-Cola Co has given the green light to a new plan to buy back 500m shares, which it says "reflects the board's confidence in the company's future performance".

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The Coca-Cola Co has given the green light to a new plan to buy back 500m shares, which it says "reflects the board's confidence in the company's future performance".

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