U.S. stocks ended the week mixed after news of fresh conflict between Russia and Ukraine.» Read More
European shares closed lower on Tuesday, as Ukraine worries and fears about slowing demand in China weighed on stocks.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat-to-lower open on Tuesday, as investors awaited results from a number of industry heavyweights.
Like thunderstorms cooling an overheated landscape, more selling could rumble through the stock market in the coming week.
Researchers found an "association" between using diet drinks and health problems, but can't say the drinks caused the problems.
Coca-Cola survived U.S. soda volume declines for years by raising prices. But the recent decline in Diet Coke consumption looks tough.
U.S. stock index futures ticked higher on Monday, ahead of the publication of flash manufacturing PMI (Purchasing Managers' Index) data.
The risk of economic sanctions against Russia poses risk to Western companies. The most vulnerable include consumer brands.
The Ukraine crisis is a reminder that defense sector stocks can be a strong defensive play. Consider the strong outlook for Lockheed Martin.
With stocks near all-time highs, short interest reached the highest level in 20 months, but some investors are seeing the trend as a bullish sign.
It's another step in Michelle Obama's campaign against obesity. NBC reports.
With more storms coming, traders will be plowing through economic reports for the impact of winter weather on the economy and corporate profits.
PepsiCo reported a 5 percent jump in quarterly profit, helped by strong sales of Frito-Lay chips and cost-cutting measures.
Twitter and Walt Disney among the headlines after the bell Wednesday.
Coca-Cola will purchase a 10 percent minority stake in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, sending the smaller firm's shares rocketing.
COO Sheryl Sandberg and CFO David Ebersman also said the company had invested in ways to better measure results for advertisers.
CEOs from around the world have called for an overhaul of the international tax system, according to a new survey.
Weather has become a $2 billion to $3 billion industry that includes everything from media to meteorologists to tracking services.
Coke has underperformed its blue chip peers. Jonathan Feeney, Janney Montgomery Scott senior analyst, and Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories founder & analyst, debate the play on Coca-Cola. Doolittle says Coke is too expensive and is set up for potential profit taking.
The departure of a possible Coca-Cola chief executive has put the global chief customer officer in contention to eventually succeed CEO Muhtar Kent.
Chinese President Xi Jinping was almost effusive as he welcomed an all-star group of global capitalists in Beijing two weeks ago. The FT reports.