Articles about PepsiCo

Russia-Ukraine crisis: Coca-Cola, PepsiCo suspend business in Russia

09 Mar 2022

World
Russia-Ukraine crisis: Coca-Cola, PepsiCo suspend business in Russia

The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo—two of the biggest beverage producers in the world—said on Tuesday that they are suspending their business in Russia in the wake of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

Avast shutting down company that sold user data without permission

01 Feb 2020

Technology
Avast shutting down company that sold user data without permission

A few days back, anti-virus giant Avast was caught selling PC activity of its users through its subsidiary, a company named Jumpshot.

Who is Arvind Krishna? Little-known facts about IBM's new CEO

31 Jan 2020

Business
Who is Arvind Krishna? Little-known facts about IBM's new CEO

After Alphabet and Microsoft, International Business Machines (IBM) has decided to bring an Indian-origin Chief Executive.

Avast sold user-data to Google, Microsoft for millions of dollars

28 Jan 2020

Technology
Avast sold user-data to Google, Microsoft for millions of dollars

Avast, one of the leading providers of anti-virus and internet security solutions, is facing flak for engaging in some shady data business.

Coca-Cola says customers want plastic bottles; wouldn't ban them

22 Jan 2020

Business
Coca-Cola says customers want plastic bottles; wouldn't ban them

Despite being one of the largest producers of plastic waste, the leading beverage brand Coca-Cola has indicated that it has no plans to ditch plastic.

In Arun Jaitley, India has lost a legal luminary

25 Aug 2019

India
In Arun Jaitley, India has lost a legal luminary

Arun Jaitley, 66, donned many hats during his life. Starting off as a student leader and going on to handle key ministries like Finance and Defense in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, Jaitley's journey has been spectacular.

Five famous and successful alumni of IIM-Calcutta to know about

15 Jul 2019

Inspirational
Five famous and successful alumni of IIM-Calcutta to know about

The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) are the most sought-after business schools in the country that provide quality management education.

Virat Kohli's 87-year-old "passionate fan" bags PepsiCo ad campaign

06 Jul 2019

India
Virat Kohli's 87-year-old "passionate fan" bags PepsiCo ad campaign

Earlier this week, an 87-year-old caught everyone's attention.

These IITians quit lucrative jobs to pursue their dreams, passions

05 Jul 2019

India
These IITians quit lucrative jobs to pursue their dreams, passions

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) are the country's premier engineering institutes reputed for producing graduates of outstanding caliber who often land jobs at the top global companies.

#NewsBytesExclusive: GEM Enviro, start-up that recycles plastic waste into bags

17 May 2019

Business
#NewsBytesExclusive: GEM Enviro, start-up that recycles plastic waste into bags

Let's face it, plastics are a threat for everyone, from humans on the land to creatures in the deepest parts of the ocean.

Watch: Lionel Messi's incredible trick shot leaves Twitter in awe

09 Feb 2019

Sports
Watch: Lionel Messi's incredible trick shot leaves Twitter in awe

Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi is one of the greatest players to have graced the sport.

Indra Nooyi, former PepsiCo CEO, could head World Bank

16 Jan 2019

Business
Indra Nooyi, former PepsiCo CEO, could head World Bank

Indra K. Nooyi, who led PepsiCo for 12 years before leaving the company in August last year, is being considered for the top post of World Bank, multiple reports claimed.

PM Modi inaugurates India's first inland waterway: Details here

12 Nov 2018

India
PM Modi inaugurates India's first inland waterway: Details here

On Monday, a vessel carrying PEPSICO (India) cargo docked at the holy city of Varanasi, marking India's first inland voyage by a container ship since it gained Independence.

After seven years, PepsiCo India is profitable again

02 Oct 2018

Business
After seven years, PepsiCo India is profitable again

PepsiCo India, one of the biggest snacks and beverage makers in the country, has reported profits after seven years.

PepsiCo to install plastic crushing machines across Maharashtra in 2yrs

06 Sep 2018

India
PepsiCo to install plastic crushing machines across Maharashtra in 2yrs

Food and beverages firm PepsiCo India is planning to install reverse vending machines to crush PET plastic bottles in all the 36 districts of Maharashtra over the next two years, as part of its plastic waste management initiative, a top executive said.

Apple, JPMorgan, Pepsi express concerns over Trump's H-1B policy

25 Aug 2018

Business
Apple, JPMorgan, Pepsi express concerns over Trump's H-1B policy

H-1B visas have been a touching topic ever since Donald Trump became the US President.

Trump hosts Nooyi, Banga among top corporate leaders for dinner

08 Aug 2018

World
Trump hosts Nooyi, Banga among top corporate leaders for dinner

PepsiCo's outgoing CEO Indra Nooyi and MasterCard's Chief Executive Ajay Banga were among a small group of top corporate leaders hosted by US President Donald Trump for a dinner at his private golf club in New Jersey to hear their perspective on the state of the country's economy.

Time to shift to family; not joining politics: Indra Nooyi

07 Aug 2018

World
Time to shift to family; not joining politics: Indra Nooyi

Indra Nooyi has ruled out joining politics and will now focus on her family after her long-innings at the beverage giant PepsiCo.

Everything to know about Ramon Laguarta, PepsiCo's new CEO

06 Aug 2018

Business
Everything to know about Ramon Laguarta, PepsiCo's new CEO

It's official - Chennai-born Indra Nooyi is stepping down as the CEO of PepsiCo after 12 long years at the helm.

Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo CEO, steps down after 12 years

06 Aug 2018

Business
Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo CEO, steps down after 12 years

Indra Nooyi, who has led global food and beverage giant PepsiCo as CEO for 12 years, is stepping down, the company announced.

Indian-American Dhivya Suryadevara to take over as General Motors CFO

14 Jun 2018

Business
Indian-American Dhivya Suryadevara to take over as General Motors CFO

Another person of Indian origin has made their mark on the international platform. Indian-American Dhivya Suryadevara has been named the new Chief Finance Officer (CFO) of General Motors (GM), the US' largest automaker.

UP Cabinet Minister begins 5-day US visit to woo investors

01 May 2018

World
UP Cabinet Minister begins 5-day US visit to woo investors

Uttar Pradesh Cabinet Minister Sidhartha Nath Singh today began his five-day visit to the US with a high-level meeting with Medtronic, one of the largest health companies in the world.

Meet Vera, the Russian robot that is hiring humans

02 Apr 2018

Technology
Meet Vera, the Russian robot that is hiring humans

Last year, a McKinsey study found that automation would take '800 million jobs by 2030'. Fast-forward to today, Robots have found yet another job.

ICC appoints Indra Nooyi as its first independent female director

09 Feb 2018

Sports
ICC appoints Indra Nooyi as its first independent female director

In one of the biggest developments in the world of cricket, the ICC has announced that Indra Nooyi, the current chairman of PepsiCo, has been appointed as the first independent female director of the board.

Who are you trolling? Indra Nooyi? But why?

09 Feb 2018

Business
Who are you trolling? Indra Nooyi? But why?

Like hundreds of others, I want a burger that doesn't spill all over while eating.

Virat Kohli turns 29- The unknown side of Indian skipper

05 Nov 2017

Sports
Virat Kohli turns 29- The unknown side of Indian skipper

At his current pace and form, Virat Kohli is on an unstoppable road to breaking almost all the batting records in cricket history.

Coca-Cola, PepsiCo to change recipes of best-selling drinks

14 Oct 2017

Business
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo to change recipes of best-selling drinks

Food and beverage behemoths Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are playing a big gamble in India by "changing" the recipes of their top-selling drinks.

Why did Kohli refuse to extend his association with Pepsi?

15 Sep 2017

Sports
Why did Kohli refuse to extend his association with Pepsi?

Virat Kohli turned down a multi-crore offer to endorse carbonated soft drink Pepsi as he does not consume aerated drinks and doesn't believe in preaching what he doesn't practice.

Good ads are magic, but can they salvage bad products?

04 Aug 2017

Business
Good ads are magic, but can they salvage bad products?

Today, when information moves from one corner of the world to another in seconds, effective marketing/advertising is key to ensure a successful product.

Healthier Maggi noodles - Nestle India launches iron fortified noodles

31 May 2017

Business
Healthier Maggi noodles - Nestle India launches iron fortified noodles

Nestle India is revamping its Maggi Masala Noodles by cutting the salt content and adding iron to launch a new fortified variant of the ready-to-cook noodles.

Millennials are changing India, one decision at a time

17 May 2017

Business
Millennials are changing India, one decision at a time

It is expected that within the next four years, India will have 64% of its population within the working age group, fuelling its growth.

HUL vs Amul, new wine in old bottle

26 Apr 2017

Business
HUL vs Amul, new wine in old bottle

Amul and Hindustan Unilever Ltd are currently embroiled in a legal battle over the charges of 'disparaging others' products in an ad, initiated by HUL.

Stay on drawing of river water for PepsiCo, Coca Cola

12 Apr 2017

Business
Stay on drawing of river water for PepsiCo, Coca Cola

PepsiCo and Coca Cola have been restrained from drawing water from Tamirabharani River till April 30 due to acute water shortage.

Pepsi pulls down Kendall Jenner ad over protests

06 Apr 2017

Business
Pepsi pulls down Kendall Jenner ad over protests

The latest controversial ad campaign by Pepsi featuring reality TV star and supermodel Kendall Jenner in a rally left a sour taste in some people's mouth.

Madras HC permits Pepsi, Coke to use river water

02 Mar 2017

Business
Madras HC permits Pepsi, Coke to use river water

Madras HC has lifted a ban which barred Pepsi and Coca Cola from using river water to manufacture beverages.

Varun Beverages own 90% of Zambian subsidiary

25 Feb 2017

Business
Varun Beverages own 90% of Zambian subsidiary

Varun Beverages Ltd, the largest bottler for PepsiCo in India, has increased its stake in its Zambia subsidiary to 90% to benefit from fast-paced growth in the African nation.

A company which rents brainpower

09 Feb 2017

Business
A company which rents brainpower

Xinova, founded in October 2015, is a Seattle-based company which rents out brainpower to solve problems.

America and its most famous immigrants

30 Jan 2017

World
America and its most famous immigrants

Immigrants from across the world have migrated to the US for a better life.

Trump picks Navarro, Spicer for top posts

23 Dec 2016

World
Trump picks Navarro, Spicer for top posts

Donald Trump appointed Peter Navarro, a hard-liner on US-China relations to head the White House's National Trade Council, a move that may irk Beijing.

Court fines Patanjali Rs.11 lakh for misbranding and misrepresentation

15 Dec 2016

Business
Court fines Patanjali Rs.11 lakh for misbranding and misrepresentation

A fine of Rs.11 lakh was levied on Patanjali Ayurved Ltd, by a Haridwar court for "misbranding and misrepresentation of its products."