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April 9, 2014
05:26 EDTSNMX, PEPSenomyx enters into research agreement with PepsiCo, terms not disclosed
Senomyx (SNMX) announced that it has entered into a new collaborative agreement with PepsiCo (PEP) related to Senomyx's Salt Taste Program. The new collaboration will support Senomyx's continued work to identify flavors with modifying properties intended to restore the desired salty taste in products with reduced salt. Under the new agreement, PepsiCo will provide research funding for the Salt Taste Program for 2014 and has options to extend the research funding period. PepsiCo will have non-exclusive rights to salt flavor modifiers discovered during the research funding period. In addition, Senomyx will have the right to supply these flavor ingredients directly to PepsiCo. Financial terms of the agreement have not been disclosed.
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July 23, 2015
16:11 EDTPEPStarbucks, PepsiCo enter agreement for Latin America
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July 21, 2015
16:21 EDTPEPRuby Tuesday appoints David Skena as Chief Marketing Officer
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10:01 EDTPEPOn The Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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July 20, 2015
16:39 EDTPEPPepsiCo initiated with a Buy at Sterne Agee CRT
Target $108.
July 14, 2015
15:22 EDTPEPCoca-Cola rises after UBS says buy ahead of expected breakout
Shares of Coca-Cola (KO) are rising following an upgrade at UBS, with the research firm saying the stock is "poised" to break out of its trading range. WHAT'S NEW: Stephen Powers of UBS issued a research note on Coca-Cola this morning, upgrading the stock to Buy from Neutral and raising his price target to $48 from $44. Powers cited "increasing probability" that Coca-Cola shares will break out of their $37-$44 trading band within the next year, saying the company "should find relief" if macroeconomic factors ease. Powers added that the company "has made great strides" over the past 10 months in productivity and price realization and the analyst believes Coca-Cola could accelerate its U.S. refranchising and expand its cost-cutting target. WHAT'S NOTABLE: Today's upgrade follows a June 1 note from BMO Capital alleging that carbonated soft drinks are not in a structural decline, contrary to widespread perception. BMO's Amit Sharma upgraded Coca-Cola that day to Outperform, saying he expects Coke’s sales and EPS growth to get back to near the company's long-term targets in 2016 and for the company to start seeing more bottomline benefits from its cost savings program in 2017. Conversely, in a July 8 note on Coke's competitor, PepsiCo (PEP), Wells Fargo countered that scanner results suggested soft drink volumes were under pressure in the U.S. PRICE ACTION: Shares of Coca-Cola rose 1.2% in afternoon trading, standing at $41.17 at time of writing.

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