Coca-Cola

NYSE: KO
$54.73
+$0.22 (+0.4%)
Closing price May 14, 2021
Some rather significant changes were made in the Berkshire Hathaway equity portfolio during the third quarter.
Coca-Cola had the chance to show the world that management is smart about how it has navigated and will navigate a choppy future. Instead, it decided to keep an important part of its plans a secret.
Coca-Cola released better than expected third-quarter financial results before the markets opened on Tuesday.
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The trust in each of these 10 brands is very high. The companies will still be around in 100 years, although they may have to change their business models somewhat.