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6 Reasons To Buy Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Even At Its Peak
Even though Dr Pepper Snapple Group is the third largest beverage company and the oldest soda brand in America, Dr Pepper has only 16.9% of the carbonated soft drinks market share.
President and CEO of Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Inc. Larry D. Young Sold ...  NASDAQ
Dr Pepper Snapple Group Passes This Key Test
Why might an upstanding firm like Dr Pepper Snapple Group do this? For the same reason any other company might: to make the numbers.
Dr Pepper Snapple Tops Q2 Earnings
Shares of Dr Pepper Snapple Group rose just under 2% in Thursday afternoon trading. The company, which produces Sunkist, 7-Up and Dr Pepper brand soft drinks, reiterated its previously issued earnings guidance for the year.
Dr Pepper Profit Up 3 Percent On Price Hikes  CBS Local
Dr Pepper Snapple insists it can sustain TEN volume growth  BeverageDaily.com
Going on, Cane Sugar and All, After Dr Pepper
He also used to be “a Pepper.” Mr. Kloster and his family own Dublin Bottling Works, the soft-drink company that was known as Dublin Dr Pepper until Jan. 11.
Dr. Pepper Snapple to challenge Primo's water exchange biz
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group appears poised to launch an exchange program for 5-gallon bottles of its Deja Blue brand of bottled water, which has been sold only in 20-ounce bottles.
Coke, Pepsi, looking for new no-calorie sodas
Dr Pepper Snapple Group, the nation's third-largest soda maker, also is searching for the right combination. The company's line of flavored sodas, such as Sunkist and A&W Root Beer, may make it easier to mask the taste of natural sweeteners like stevia ...
Soda companies racing for new sweet spot in quest for no-calorie, no ...  New York Post
How do the latest generation of diet sodas stack up?
As soda consumption has declined over the past several years amid worries about the nation's obesity rates, The Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo Inc. and Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. have worked to come up with sodas that have fewer calories but still taste good.
Dr Pepper among companies fighting NYC beverage ban
By now, you've probably heard about New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's proposed ban on large sugary drinks, but a group of beverage makers and sellers, including Plano-based Dr Pepper Snapple Group, are launching a campaign against the proposal ...
Vending Machines Modernize to Stay Ahead of the Curve
Hungry for a hot dinner with little time to spare? Soon you might be able to turn to your office vending machine for more than snickers and soda.
Earnings Preview: The Coca-Cola Company
On April 25, 2012, Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc announced that it continues to expect fiscal 2012 reported net sales growth near the low end of its long-term 3% to 5% range and Core EPS to be in the $2.90 to $2.98 range.