By: Jordan Ziermann

Background Information

>Dr.Pepper was first made in 1885

>Charles Alderton was the creator and W.W. Clements is the current ceo

>Owns also 7-up company

>Competes in soft drinks

>Chief competitors of Dr. Pepper is Pepsi and Coke

Facts of Production

>The company makes soft drinks and creates jobs

>It employs over 19,000 employees

>1092.0 Million is its current net worth

What types of pop Dr.Pepper makes

Financial Information

The Companys Financial Chart

>The chart shows that my company is not doing so good but is starting to go back up

>They have been like a roller coaster for the last five years

Stock Information

>The companies stock prices have been up 44.86% in the last year

>It has been high in the last 52 weeks

>1.49M stocks Available

>Yes the company does pay dividends .48

>3/12/2015 last paid


Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc.: An Earnings Preview

By Nicole Seghetti | More Articles
April 21, 2014 | Comments (0)

Dr Pepper Snapple (NYSE: DPS ) will report earnings on Wednesday. Here's what to watch for in the company's results.

Earnings expectations
The first question is whether the beverage giant met Wall Street's expectations. Analysts peg profit at $0.59 per share this quarter. Dr Pepper Snapple booked earnings per share of $0.51 in the same quarter last year, so the company is expecting improvement in profit growth. Dr Pepper Snapple reported nearly $1.4 billion in sales for the first quarter of last year and $6 billion for full-year 2013.

Revenue growth
Dr Pepper Snapple's fourth-quarter 2013 net sales grew 2%. However, sales in North America were far outpaced by those in Latin America. Soft-drink sales in the U.S. have stalled out in the past decade, with Dr Pepper Snapple and its soda rivals feeling the negative effects. As more consumers reach for healthier beverages, the noncarbonated segment shows growth potential for the cola giants, especially in developed markets. Dr Pepper Snapple has Deja Blue water, Clamato and Mott's juices, Nantucket Nectars, and Snapple in its noncarbonated beverage portfolio. Meanwhile, PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP ) holds Aquafina, Naked Juice, Tropicana, and Gatorade in this segment, and Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO ) has added Dasani water, Minute Maid, Powerade, and Honest Tea to its lineup in recent years.

Innovative ways bubbling to boost business
The decline in soda consumption has spurred innovation from soft-drink makers. Earlier this year, Coca-Cola and Keurig Green Mountain agreed to roll out Coke's portfolio of products for use in Green Mountain's upcoming Keurig Cold at-home beverage system. PepsiCo will enter the at-home carbonation market with Bevyz, a multidrink beverage maker, next month. And recently, an Israeli financial news website reported that SodaStream, maker of the leading at-home soda device, was in talks to sell up to 16% of the company to a large potential investor. Dr Pepper Snapple was mentioned among other beverage giants. It's unclear whether these machines will boost consumption, but these companies' partnerships certainly legitimize the at-home carbonation market.

Foolish takeaway
When Dr Pepper Snapple releases its first-quarter results on Wednesday, I'll be watching to see if and how the company achieved sales growth. I'll also be looking for any indications as to Dr Pepper Snapple Group's foray into the at-home carbonation market.

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UPDATE 2-Dr Pepper Snapple trims sales view after flat 3rd qtr

Reuters | October 24, 2012

* 3rd-qtr sales $1.53 billion vs Street view $1.56 bln * Sales volume down 3 pct * Adjusted profit 79 cents/share vs Street view 77 cents Oct 24 (Reuters) - Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc trimmed its full-year sales growth target on Wednesday after its third-quarter sales came in lower than Wall Street expected, with price increases curbing demand. The maker of soft drinks like 7UP, Sunkist and Hawaiian Punch said it now expects full-year net...

Waco`s The Pepper The Doctor Ordered

By Dallas Morning News | March 18, 1985

The Baylor Bear is a Pepper. The business leaders are Peppers. In Waco, you`d better be a Pepper, too. In Waco, Dr Pepper isn`t just a soft drink, it's a way of life. Dr Pepper was born in the city 100 years ago, and Waco still consumes more Dr Pepper, an average of 250 cans per person annually, than any other city in the nation, according to the soft-drink company. "It's my favorite drink," said Curtis Cleveland of the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce. "Here at the chamber, we have a...


>I would not purchase this stock because of how it has been doing lately.

>It has been loss so far and it is still going down.

>I have learned that stocks is a wast of time and that you can loose so much.