Coca-Cola (KO) had some fizz in its fourth quarter, much to Wall Street's surprise. The beverage giant's profit outlook for 2018 was solid, too. 

"I think Wall Street is starting to see the story we have been talking about, we have re-formed the company," Coca-Cola president & CEO James Quincey told TheStreet. "It has taken a lot of work, but we are starting to see the progress."

TheStreet talked with Quincey about the results and year ahead.  

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