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  • New Coke: Marketing Flop

    4 pages in length. Diversity is a critical component to any company's continued success; without the benefit of change, organizations cannot expect to remain competitive within their own industries. However, there is a fine line between reinventing an already popular product within acceptable consumer boundaries and completely altering the product so it is wholly unidentifiable. The Coca-Cola company crossed over this line when they introduced the ill-fated New Coke in response to Pepsi's many offshoot products. The extent to which consumers shunned New Coke is both grand and far-reaching; that the manufacturer was compelled to bring back original Coke a mere seventy-nine days after New Coke's release (McGregor et al, 2006) speaks to a marketing faux pas that should have been realized long before New Coke ever progressed beyond the proverbial drawing board. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Coke Leading Pepsi in Soft Drink Success

    In three pages this paper examines the Pepsi and Coca Cola soft drink wars and asserts that it is Coke that continues to reign supreme. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Economic Value Added EVA Assessing Pepsi vs. Coke

    4 pages. This paper provides an overview of methods for calculating the EVA economic value added for both Coke and Pepsi. This paper integrates a view of case study material that include projected economic figures. Using these supplied figures, this paper demonstrates how to calculate EVA and the application of these calculations.

  • 2005 Pepsi v. Coke

    In three pages changes regarding Pepsi and Coke's financial positions are examined as of 2005 which recommendations for each company offered. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • A Light Coke Commercial Analysis

    In six pages this paper examines a commercial for Light Coke and then provides an analysis that considers messages, production values, and target audience impact. Color, lighting and camera shots are also discussed but the commercial's emphasis remains the primary focus. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

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