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Coca-Cola CEO: 'The degree of lockdowns' will continue to affect our business

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Coca-Cola topped first-quarter earnings forecasts as U.S. reopenings helped the company's sales grow. Coca-Cola Chairman and CEO James Quincey joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss how the soft beverage brand is faring amid the pandemic and break down what's next for the company in 2021.

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