Coca-Cola halts social media advertising campaign

Coca-Cola halts social media advertising campaign

“There is no place for racism in the world and there is no place for racism on social media,” Coca-Cola CEO and Chairman, James Quincey, said in a statement as the company announced that it will be pausing advertising on all social media platforms globally. The company clarified it was not joining the official boycott, but said “we are pausing” advertising

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Sat Jun 27 - CNBC

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