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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - coca-cola
Kyle Busch heard the critics who said he was too good, too dominant, too loaded with the best equipment to keep dropping down levels and routinely romping his way toward victories.
Apparently, Jimmie Johnson isn't done in NASCAR after all.
While Kurt Busch's bid to complete "The Double" may have failed, it won't stop the former Sprint Cup champion from making another run at history.
Jimmie Johnson's run at another Sprint Cup title is on and could bring him a piece of NASCAR history.
Kurt Busch on Sunday attempted to become just the second driver to complete both the Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600 auto races in a single day. Some of the numbers:
Kurt Busch's attempt to finish 2 races in 1 day ends with blown engine in Coca-Cola 600.
Kyle Larson showed he could beat NASCAR's big boys in the Nationwide Series.
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Federal prosecutors say a former Coca-Cola employee has been sentenced to more than two years in an embezzlement scheme.
Kurt Busch wrecked during Monday's practice at Indianapolis, putting him in a backup car for the open-wheel portion of his historic double this weekend.
You can have a Coke and a smile, but if you walk into Linda Short's Coke barn, prepare to keep grinning. The size of her collection is liable to make your jaw ache.
Coca-Cola says it will drop a controversial ingredient from all its drinks that contain it, not just Powerade.
Coca-Cola and PepsiCo said Monday they're working to remove a controversial ingredient from all their drinks, including Mountain Dew, Fanta and Powerade.
Coca-Cola has contingency plans to adapt its World Cup sponsorship and soften its celebratory tone in Brazil if unrest returns to the streets.
Kids take the field at Redskins Park and FedEx Field.