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(Reuters) - Coca-Cola Co said Muhtar Kent would step aside as chief executive in May, after nine years at the helm, and be replaced by company veteran James Quincey, a widely anticipated move that comes as it tries to reduce dependence on its mainstay sugary carbonated drinks. Kent, 64, will continue as chairman of Coca-Cola's board, the company said. Quincey, 51, joined Coke in 1996 and became chief operating officer in August 2015.
Murali Vijay hit an unbeaten 70 as India made a strong reply to England's first-innings 400 on the second day of the fourth Test in Mumbai on Friday. England, trailing 2-0 in the five-match series, made an early breakthrough Wankhede Stadium, with off-spinner Moeen Ali taking the wicket of opener Lokesh Rahul to leave the home side on 39-1 . The visitors had Jos Buttler (76) to thank for reaching a competitive total and the powerful batsman said England, who need to win to stay alive in the series, are in a strong position despite India's impressive batting.