Strategy, Structure, and Antitrust in the Carbonated Soft-Drink Industry

Synopsis

The Cola Wars have long fascinated students of American business. Until 30 years ago, Coca-Cola clearly dominated the carbonated soft-drink industry, but with Pepsi-Cola's challenge in the 1960s, the market environment became fiercely competitive. Rivalry was well publicized and intense. Now recognized as two of the premier marketing companies in the world, Coke and Pepsi created and implemented management strategies to deal aggressively, not reactively, with the competition between them. How they have changed their product and marketing strategies, and altered their corporate structures to reflect them, is explored here in detail. More than a case study, this book will be a valuable how-to for corporate management in other highly competitive arenas and an informative inside look for their marketing and sales teams.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1993

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