Grand Jury Hears Testimony in Coca-Cola Probe

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A federal grand jury in Atlanta begins hearing testimony in an investigation into financial practices at Coca-Cola. The world's largest beverage company is suspected of overstating its earnings. In the past year, Coke has been rocked by a wave of scandals, including allegations that it manipulated a Frozen Coke marketing test for one of its biggest clients, Burger King. NPR's Kathy Lohr reports.

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