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Miguel Santiago (L) and Louis Gonzales (R).

A day in the life of a NYC Coca-Cola delivery truck driver, who gets to work at 4 a.m. and spends his morning pushing 175-pound carts full of bottles ...

Coca-Cola truck drivers help power one of the world's most famous beverage brands. Here's what a day in the life of Coca-Cola truck driver is like.
The new Coke Cinnamon.

Coca-Cola is releasing cinnamon-flavored Coke and spiced cranberry Sprite for the winter, and summer isn’t even over yet

The new flavors will be available nationwide from September 30 to December 31, long before you have to hang up your stockings and Christmas lights.

Coca-Cola is sold in all but 2 countries on Earth. Here’s what their ads look like around the world.

You'll be hard-pressed to find a bottle of bubbly Coke in Cuba and North Korea — but that wasn't always the case.

Coca-Cola hits a record high after smashing profit estimates on strong low-sugar drink sales

The beverage company attributed its strong performance to the strength of its namesake brand and double-digit growth of its Zero Sugar cola line.
The United Airlines slogan, which debuted in 1965.

From ‘Got milk?’ to ‘Where’s the beef?’, here are 15 of the best slogans and taglines in advertising history

Just do it: The most memorable slogans of all time not only sell the brand, but become synonymous with it.

25 of the biggest failed products from the world’s biggest companies

Remember Zune? If not, don't worry — neither does anyone else.

Pepsi is juicing up Mountain Dew and Bubly in a bid to beat Coke and LaCroix

The drinks-and-snacks giant is targeting gamers with energy drinks and young mothers with sparkling water.
A Russian McDonald's in Moscow, 2014.

8 ads and products that sell America to the world, from blue jeans to Coca-Cola

Ad campaigns, products, music, and movies have combined to imprint the image of America in people's minds around the world.
Rosie the Riveter, the mascot for the "We Can Do It!" campaign.

17 iconic ad campaigns that changed the world

The reason why we have diamond engagement rings and drink orange juice for breakfast can be traced back to ads.
Kendall Jenner in New York City on Monday.

People think Kendall Jenner’s glamorous photos with a can of Coke look like ads, but Coca-Cola says it didn’t pay her

Kendall Jenner wore an orange dress to buy a can of Orange Vanilla Coke, along with a pair of $1,044 sandals and a $1,590 handbag from Prada.