Who is the biggest shareholder of Coca Cola?
Who is a bigger company Coke or Pepsi?
Pepsi Beats Coke. PepsiCo, Inc. is beating The Coca-Cola Company on Wall Street. To begin with, PepsiCo is a larger company than Coca-Cola. In the most recent quarter, the company had $64 billion of revenues, almost twice those of Coca-Cola—see Table 3.
Who owns Coke and Pepsi?
PepsiCo finalized the purchases of PepsiAmericas (PAS) and Pepsi Bottling Group in a $7.8 billion deal in early 2010. The pending Coca-Cola Company purchase will cost around $15 billion.
Who owns Coca Cola now?
The majority shareholder of Coca-Cola Company is Warren Buffet through his company, Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. Buffet made it clear in 2013 that he would never sell his Coca-Cola shares because it is a sure brand that guarantees growth. That was in an interview with ceo of coca cola Muhtar Kent.
How much is an original share of Coca Cola worth?
Shares of the company were first sold at $40 per share. The stock has split 11 times over the years, including one stock dividend in 1927. Unfortunately, a stock split is not free money.