Coca-Cola Co. met or exceeded its annual long-term revenue, volume and profit targets in 2012, earned the No. 4 spot on Fortune’s “Most Admired Companies” list, and returned $9.1 billion to shareholders in 2012. With results like these, it’s logical that Chairman and CEO Muhtar Kent would be content with Coca-Cola’s progress. But Kent says nothing could be further from the truth. “We have never been more constructively discontented as we are ...

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