I mostly agree with murphy sunset on the cash. I think what he is saying is that the cash is not extra cash that can be paid out to shareholders and should not be added back. The way I look at the cash is that you start out with $45 then you have to subtract $8 for the California legal settlement, $5 for daily operations (you need cash to operate), $14 for debt and $10 for taxes (most of the cash is overseas) and lets guess $10 for Brazil (hope not). Net net, the cash available to be paid to shareholders is essentially zero. The stock may go up on fundamentals but so far I don't see a big improvement there. I just don't see it.
you lack of knowledge about finance is only exceeded by your hype. maybe you didn't not that both companies have approx the same cash. unfortuately fizz has ebitda of around $80 million and lojn is about 10% of that. think that might allow more leverage? holding my breath for your dividend.