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Coke Agrees to Buy Chinese Juice Firm for $400 Million

by Trevor Williams | April 24, 2015 A Coca-Cola Co. subsidiary in China has agreed to buy a Chinese producer of multigrain juices for $400.5 million, six years after its $2.4 billion offer for Huiyuan Group was nixed by regulators in the world’s second-largest economy.  More

WorldPay U.S. Names Germany Native as CFO

by Trevor Williams | April 16, 2015 Atlanta-based WorldPay U.S. has named Germany native and Atlanta resident Michael Wasserfuhr as its new chief financial officer, preparing the company for a continued growth spree that has included major acquisitions and the planned $10 million relocation of its U.S. headquarters to Midtown.  More

Delta to Trim International Capacity by 3 Percent

by Trevor Williams | April 16, 2015 Delta Air Lines Inc. posted another quarter of record profits this week, but that isn’t stopping the airline from planning to trim some international capacity this winter.  More

Delta: New Flights for a New Colombia

by Trevor Williams | April 9, 2015 Correction: A previous version of this article said that Drummond Corp. operated the Cerrejon coal mine. The company does operate a mine near Cartagena but has no interests in Cerrejon, which is operated by a consortium of other mining firms. Also, the company name has been corrected below to its appropriate rendering: Drummond Company Inc. More

Delta to Accept Alipay for Flight Bookings as China Market Matures

by Trevor Williams | April 8, 2015 Delta Air Lines Inc. has begun accepting Alipay, the online payments platform from Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, for online ticket purchases within China.  More