Le Monde Accuses Coca-Cola Co. of Biased Research Studies / RBDR

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May 14, 2019

Today on RBDR: The French newspaper Le Monde analyzed 10 years of research activity funded by Coca-Cola Company in the U.S. and France about relative causes of obesity. The French newspaper reported that Coke contracts with researchers tilted results away from sugary drinks and towards lack of exercise.

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Today, on RBDR: 1) Fresh Intelligence Research Corp. introduces ValidateIt, the first third party DIY service using Google Consumer Surveys (A YouTube video, featuring Google Consumer Surveys’ Paul McDonald, explains Google’s support and co-creation, with Fresh Intelligence Research Corp., of ValidateIt, the first third party DIY service: Google Consumer Surveys’ Paul McDonald explains Google support and co-creation of ValidateIt:

2) Google also announced it is bolstering its Artificial Intelligence interests by hiring six experts and partnering with Oxford University.

3) Bob Lederer is cited as one of “20 Market Researchers to Know” for 2014 by Survey Magazine.

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