Blog: Chris Brook-CarterDaft games

Chris Brook-Carter | 24 February 2004

Of all the reports written in the last few days about the resignation of Coke CEO Doug Daft and what will surely be a fascinating power struggle to appoint a successor, the best I have read is in the latest edition of Business Week.

 

The piece has a good overview of the situation as it stands but also has an interesting angle on Daft's tenure, which suggests there is a lot more politicking to be done before his replacement is settled upon.

 

The story can be seen by clicking on this link.


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