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The Coca-Cola Co is to allow its shareholders to have their say on executive pay.

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The US soft drinks giant said in a regulatory filing last week that shareholders can now vote to register either their approval or disapproval of the company's most recent pay packages and the frequency of votes in the future. The procedure will begin at the company's next annual meeting on 27 April.

"The board believes that, at this time, our shareowners and our company will be best served by holding this advisory vote on compensation every year," said PepsiCo's chairman and CEO, Muhtar Kent. "On this issue, we have listened to you and believe an annual vote aligns with our shareowners' expectations."

To view the full filing, click here.


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