The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) is seemingly on top of the world. Its brand power is indisputable, and its global presence is massive. But increasingly fierce competition pops up and threatens the cola titan. I've created a premium report on Coca-Cola to help investors examine the company's future.

Below is an excerpt from the report, which highlights Coca-Cola's leadership. It's just a sample of one section, but we hope you find it useful.

Muhtar Kent has been CEO since July 2008, and brings a wealth of company experience. Since 1978, he's held various leadership roles in marketing and operations for Coca-Cola. Despite a volatile global macroeconomic climate, Kent's tenure as CEO has coincided with a reinvigorated long-term global growth initiative, a recent two-for-one stock split, and a 70% total return for shareholders.

In 2011, Kent received approximately $29 million in total compensation, representing 0.06% of the company's gross revenues that year. By comparison, PepsiCo, Dr Pepper Snapple, and Diageo CEOs received nearly 0.03%, 0.02%, and 0.02%, respectively, of their companies' respective gross revenues that same year. From 2010 to 2011, Kent's total annual compensation rose 17%. During this time, shareholders saw a 10% total return. Kent's incentive structure is tied to the company's unit case volume growth and earnings-per-share growth. In 2011, global volume grew 5%, and comparable EPS grew 10%.

As a testament to Coca-Cola's leadership, longtime major shareholder Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway owns nearly 9% of the company's outstanding shares, representing the largest holding of Berkshire's portfolio.

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