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David Winters appeared on CNBC

May 2, 2014

David Winters tells CNBC’s Becky Quick that he was "absolutely stunned" when he learned about Coca-Cola's equity compensation plan for executives. He also urged the beverage giant to withdraw the "extreme overreaching" plan, saying it raised questions about Coke's corporate governance.


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