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Pepsico, Inc.

Pepsico, Inc.

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  2. In the high-stakes battle between advertisers at this year's Super Bowl, top corporate brands such as Budweiser, Doritos and Pepsi are once again spending record amounts for precious time ... FULL ARTICLE AT Washington Times

  1. NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Companies are looking to have a "big impact" on their ad campaigns, driven by Super Bowl viewership, said J.D. Miller, director of marketing and communication at ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Street

  2. Duly Noted: O'Hare workers protest United Airlines for better benefits (Video)

    Food workers at O'Hare International protested at United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) headquarters Thursday, calling for higher payments to food vendors. Specifically, the protestors asked for 5 cents more per ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area

  1. Duly Noted: O'Hare workers protest United Airlines for better benefits (Video)

    Food workers at O'Hare International protested at United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) headquarters Thursday, calling for higher payments to food vendors. Specifically, the protestors asked for 5 cents more per ... FULL ARTICLE AT Business First of Columbus

  2. Ad of the Day: Mountain Dew's Kickstart Turns Dudes Into the Craziest Dancers

    Take a sip of a Mountain Dew Kickstart, and the world's greatest and strangest dance party will unfold. At least, that's what goes down in this very entertaining ... FULL ARTICLE AT Brandweek

  3. Chicago Bulls' rising star Jimmy Butler is looking very DEW-y these days

    Chicago Bulls forward Jimmy Butler is doing the DEW. Mounain Dew, a unit of beverages and snacks behemoth PepsiCo, said today it has inked a Chicago-centric endorsement deal with Butler ... FULL ARTICLE AT Houston Business Journal

  4. Ex-Apple CEO John Sculley on billion-dollar businesses, Steve Jobs’ sixth sense, and empowered consumers

    F or years, John Sculley, former CEO of PepsiCo and Apple, unhappily wore a few tech career scars that he says were based on misperceptions rather than reality: one is ... FULL ARTICLE AT South Florida Business Journal

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PepsiCo, Incorporated (NYSE: PEP) is a Fortune 500, American global corporation headquartered in Purchase, Harrison, New York, with interests in the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of grain-based snack foods, beverages, and other products. PepsiCo was formed in 1965 with the merger of the Pepsi-Cola Company and Frito-Lay, Inc. PepsiCo has since expanded from its namesake product Pepsi to... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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