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Money Matters: Coca-Cola, Consumer Prices, Stock Market #95680

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 23, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(NYC) Coca-Cola's decision to alter its original formula and company's other changes examined; Grover Cleveland was in White House and Statue of Liberty recalled dedicated year Coca-Cola was invented. [Coca-Cola chairperson Roberto GOIZUETA - announces new formula.] [Pepsico spokesperson Ken ROSS - thinks Coca- Cola is admitting Pepsi's preferred taste.] [GOIZUETA - disagrees.] Coke's slippage in cola market graphed on screen. 1903 rumor that coke contained cocaine recalled.
REPORTER: Dan Cordtz

(Studio) Consumer prices for last month reported STK. MKT. REPORT
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

Cordtz, Dan;
Jennings, Peter

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