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Coca-Cola shareholder claims execs will be overpaid through equity plan

The CEO of Wintergreen Advisers is pushing shareholders to fight back on Coca-Cola’s proposed 2014 equity investment plan

A dispute has arisen between the shareholders of The Coca Cola Company and the company’s executives regarding executive pay and an equity plan that one specific shareholder and investor claims is injurious to shareholders.

CNBC reports that David Winters, investor and fund manager, and CEO and founder of Wintergreen Advisors claims that Coca-Cola has concocted a plan to dilute the value of the company’s shares to deliver more money into executives’ pockets by way of an equity compensation plan.

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