Web Site
http://www.drpeppersnapple.com/
Last Updated
9/24/2008

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Beverage Companies: USA , Beverage Companies: USA

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Venom Energy Drink
Dr Pepper

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Description

Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. (NYSE: DPS) is an integrated refreshment beverage business marketing more than 50 beverage brands to consumers throughout North America. In addition to its flagship Dr Pepper and Snapple brands, the company's portfolio includes 7UP, Mott's, A&W, Sunkist Soda, Hawaiian Punch, Canada Dry, Schweppes, Squirt, RC Cola, Diet Rite, Peñafiel, Rose's, Yoo-hoo, Clamato, Mr & Mrs T and other well-known consumer favorites. Based in Plano, Texas, Dr Pepper Snapple Group employs approximately 20,000 people and operates 24 bottling and manufacturing facilities and more than 200 distribution centers across the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. For more information on DPS, please visit www.drpeppersnapple.com.

Company News

DPS: Volume, Revenue Increase in Q1

Dr Pepper Snapple (DPS) saw net income decline and revenue increase during the first quarter of 2018, according to a Form 10-Q filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) this morning.

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Cancels Webcast Conference Call

Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc., (NYSE: DPS) has cancelled its webcast conference call and slide presentation on fourth quarter and full year 2017 financial results which was previously scheduled for Wednesday, February 14, 2018.

Keurig Acquires Dr Pepper Snapple Group

This morning Keurig Green Mountain, a subsidiary of JAB Holding Company, announced a $18.7 billion merger with Dr Pepper Snapple Group. The deal came with a payout for DPS shareholders of $103.75 per share.

In the Courtroom: Soda Titans Under Fire Over “Diet” Claims; Forager Sued

In this In the Courtroom roundup, the country's three largest soda companies face multiple lawsuits alleging their diet products are false and misleading to consumers trying to lose weight, while Forager Project gets hit with a class action suit claiming its cold-pressed juices are also misleading.

People Moves: Suja CMO Heather MacNeil Cox Departs

CMO Heather MacNeil Cox leaves Suja after three years with company; Harmless Harvest VP of Marketing makes jump to outdoor apparel industry; Target adds new grocery-focused executives; DPS shuffles executives following departure of Bai CEO

Bai Acquisition Still Settling for DPSG

DPSG spent $40 million in expenses for Bai during the spring, the company reported, half of which went toward marketing. An additional $49 million spent toward repaying debt contributed to the company’s 28 percent earnings drop.

Press Clips: Bai Creative Moves In-House, Fake RC Cola Tweet Goes Viral

Bai CMO Michael Simon discusses the company's decision to move creative in-house; Twitter bans a fake RC Cola parody account after its political tweet goes viral; Nutrition Policy Institute members call for energy drink caffeine caps; Nostalgia helps drive a Clearly Canadian revival; USA Today reports on the rise of craft soda

Reuters: PepsiCo in Talks to Acquire Vita Coco

Reuters has reported that PepsiCo is in talks to acquire All Market Inc, the maker of leading coconut water brand Vita Coco. PepsiCo is offering less than the $1 billion that All Market has sought for the acquisition, according to Reuters, which cited sources familiar with the potential deal.

Wells Fargo: Bai Outlook Optimistic Despite Lowered Expectations

Investors have sought more details about DPSG's revised growth plan for Bai and on whether its management team can deliver on high expectations. On Tuesday, a report from Wells Fargo Securities offered a clearer analysis of the acquisition, the guidance revision, and the future of Bai, presenting optimism along with some explanations

Soda Tax Update: Santa Fe Rejects, Seattle Considers

Voters in Sante Fe gave the soda industry its first victory over pro-tax campaigners, while efforts to push through measures in Connecticut and Massachusetts stall.

Dr Pepper Snapple Group: Bai Marks ‘An Important Shift’ for Portfolio

Bai, which DPSG acquired for $1.7 billion in November, saw 80 percent volume growth over the quarter. While the company is optimistic for Bai’s flagship brand to grow, current predictions point to Bai Bubbles, Supertea, and Black having the greatest potential, particularly as the sparkling water category sees double-digit growth, according to DPSG CEO Larry Young.

Dr Pepper Snapple Group to Acquire Bai for $1.7 Billion

In an investor call held this morning, DPS president and CEO Larry Young said that the company is “excited to see this team continue the breakthrough and disruptive innovation providing consumers with great-tasting and low-calorie beverages” and hailed the acquisition of Bai as one that “makes a tremendous amount of sense for us.”

DPSG Sees Rising Profits in Q3 Earnings Report; Is Bai Deal Near?

Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPSG) reported Q3 revenues of $1.68 billion in its quarterly financial results summary released Thursday morning, topping analysts’ projections with a 3.1 percent increase from the same period last year.
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