- Coca-Cola (KO -0.4%) is hearing more criticism than praise this week after its Q4 report came in disappointing and management didn't pull out any stunning growth ideas during the firm's earnings call.
- Sanford Bernstein's Ali Dibadj would like to see more cash funnel to shareholders after even deeper cost-cutting across the board.
- Edward D. Jones' Jack Russo is in agreement, noting emerging markets turmoil is likely to continue to drag down results. He would like to see shareholders get a dividend boost to make up for the sluggish pace of EPS growth.
Coca-Cola hears more criticism
Feb 19 2014, 10:53 ET