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Elon Musk tweets about buying Coca-Cola to ‘put cocaine back in’

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Following his purchase of Twitter for $44 billion, Tesla CEO Elon Musk teased buying more iconic American companies in order to ostensibly restore them – even suggesting that he might buy Coca-Cola in order to reintroduce cocaine into the ingredients of the soft drink.
3 months ago·Atlanta, United States

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Times of India

Elon Musk on fun trail says 'buying Coca Cola next'

US News: WASHINGTON: In the last 48-hour of his buyout of the micro-blogging site Twitter, billionaire Elon Musk is again on a fun trail.

3 months ago·Mumbai, India
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News18 India

What Exactly Did Elon Musk Mean by Putting Cocaine 'Back' in Coca-Cola?

What used to be a patent medicine due to the inclusion of cocaine, became a soft drink, as the amount of the drug was reduced and completely eliminated from Coca Cola in 1929.

3 months ago·India
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The Independent

Elon Musk jokes about buying Coca-Cola, putting ‘cocaine’ back in the popular drink

Drinks company has market cap of more than $283bn

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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NDTV

Elon Musk Says He'll Buy Coca-Cola Next "To Put The Cocaine Back In"

After shaking up one of the world's most prominent social media platforms and snagging Twitter for $44 billion in a bizarre hostile takeover on Monday, billionaire Tesla founder Elon Musk has announced a new target: Coca-Cola.

3 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Daily Express

Elon Musk jokes he'll buy Coca-Cola as well as Twitter so he can bring back cocaine recipe

ELON MUSK has joked that he wants to buy out soft drinks giant Coca-Cola so that he can put cocaine in the recipe.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Daily Mirror

Elon Musk tweets he'd 'like to buy Coca-Cola and put the cocaine back in'

Earlier this week it emerged that Musk - one of the richest men on the planet - had agreed £35 billion offer to buy social media giant Twitter

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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