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Seven Up/RC Bottling Co. of Southern California (part of Dr Pepper/Seven Up Bottling Group)

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10 August 2012

Pepsi Enters Burma with ‘Responsible Investment’

Author: Lalit Jha, Irrawaddy

PepsiCo announced...that it will soon enter the Burmese market in news welcomed by the Obama administration which emphasized the need for US businesses to set a model for responsible investment in the country...PepsiCo...has entered into an agreement...

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11 November 2005

Bottler to pay $1M for river pollution [USA]

Author: UPI

The 7-Up/RC Bottling Co. in California [part of Dr Pepper/Seven Up Bottling Group, jointly owned by Cadbury Schweppes and The Carlyle Group] will pay more than $1 million for wastewater discharge into the Los Angeles and San Gabriel rivers...The...

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10 November 2005

Seven-Up Taken Down: Bottler Pleads Guilty to 12 Counts of Water Pollution [USA]

Author: Corporate Crime Reporter

To avoid being precluded from obtaining federal contracts, the Seven-Up/RC Bottling Company of Southern California and its parent company, Dr Pepper/Seven-Up Bottling Group [owned by Cadbury Schweppes & Carlyle Group], also entered into a...

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10 November 2005

USA: Seven Up/RC Bottling Company of Southern California to pay $1 million fine for river pollution

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