Coke's Vice Chairman Blames Arrogance For 1990s Slide

In a Dec. 10 speech to beverage industry executives, Coca-Cola Vice Chairman Brian Dyson said the company's problems in the mid- to late 1990s were caused by an "arrogant" and "inward-looking" approach to doing business. Dyson said Coke is back on track, evidenced by the recent eight-year pact signed with its largest bottler, Coca-Cola Enterprises.

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