Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. (COKE) Social Stream



Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc. (COKE): $330.66

2.90 (+0.88%)

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Industry: Beverages


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$MO $COKE so the dictators in power now want to ban menthol over race?How sweet being everything is "racist" and "predatory" being people are not expected or allowed to have self control. I assume sugar is next being that kills more than anything? Amazing market ignores the anti business end of what is going on and still pops new highs. https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/04/28/ban-on-menthol-cigarettes/
momomiester, published April 28, 2021

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at .05 cents this has market cap of almost half a billion (7.89 billion outstanding shares!!). If it ends up going to .10 it’s valued at $1billion!

You really think $COKE $PEP and the millions they spend on research wouldn’t of come up with “hydrogen” water? Or maybe they didn’t because they know it’s a scam.

Let me hear what you bulls think!

bullishbehavior1223, published April 17, 2021

$COKE hey woke people, Border Patrol agents arrested two gang members — one with the brutal MS-13 outfit — and a number of illegal immigrants who had been charged with sexual offenses in separate incidents in Texas and California over the weekend.

Agents arrested a 41-year-old man who had illegally crossed the border into California on Sunday evening about 18 miles east of Calexico.

sp49, published April 13, 2021

$COKE Coruption , The New York Times reported shortly after she left the company that Coca-Cola had joined Nike and other companies in lobbying against the Uighur Forced Labor Prevention Act.

The company hired an outside group, the Enterprise Consulting Group, in July 2020 to lobby on behalf of Coca-Cola in efforts to water down a bill dealing with the Uyghur Muslim genocide in China.

A different lobbying group, Sidley Austin LLP, was reported as lobbying for the company against the bill from the beginning of last year to the end of March 2020. The company’s employees gave the Biden campaign over $450,000 during the 2020 cycle.

sp49, published April 10, 2021

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