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Neville Isdell said that the breach “…underscores the responsibility we each have to be vigilant in protecting our trade secrets. Information is the lifeblood of the company.”

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Three Coca-Cola employees were charged with stealing confidential information and samples of a new drink in hope of selling them to competitor PepsiCo Inc. Pepsi reported the incident and worked with Coca-Cola and authorities to investigate it. Coke’s chief executive, Neville Isdell said that ...

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