decrease in cost of goods sold for 2015. YTD return: Dr. Pepper Snapple +28.4% vs. Coca-Cola +0.5% and PepsiCo +11.5%. Post your comment!
PepsiCo ( PEP -0.5% ) CEO Indra Nooyi met with government officials in India to discuss ..... India where some local suppliers have failed to live up to standards. PepsiCo generates over a $1B in sales a year in India and has big plans in place
stock has substantially outperformed peers Coca-Cola and Pepsi on a trailing 5-year, 10-year, and 15-year basis ..... also choose caffeinated sodas from leading beverage firms PepsiCo and Coca-Cola (though Monster will take ownership of
Shares of PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP ) are higher in early action after Barron ..... ground, the piece makes the point that PepsiCo has been responding to the investor ..... cutting and efficiency initiatives. PEP +1.1% premarket Post your comment
Thursday ] lagged the DJIA and its discount remained at -8.9% . Cover story “Time for PepsiCo to Split Up?”. Activist Nelson Peltz is pushing Pepsi [ PEP ] to split its soft drink and snack businesses. A special supplement on The Top 100 Independent
any specific information for investors to latch onto, although the usual suspects - Dr. Pepper Snapple, Starbucks, PepsiCo , and Anheuser-Busch InBev - still lurk in the background. 2 comments!
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PepsiCo ( PEP -0.2% ) will be the title sponsor for ..... event of the year in the U.S. and gave PepsiCo significant brand exposure in both 2012 ..... are Rihanna, Katy Perry, and Coldplay. PepsiCo has shifted its Super Bowl and NFL advertising
129,542 2 Monsanto MON 3 Wide 118.99 0.92 Medium 63,451 2 MasterCd MA 3 Wide 75.21 0.92 Medium 86,129 2 PepsiCo PEP 3 Wide 91.85 1.03 Low 138,489 2 MetLife MET 3 None 52.48 1.12 High 58,524 2 Wal-Mart WMT 4 Wide 73.9
spirits (5.6% of sales), and nonalcoholic beverages that include both company-owned brands and licenses to sell PepsiCo beverages (28.6% of sales). In addition, United Breweries maintains the licenses to exclusively sell Heineken and