|Bid||107.08 x 1300|
|Ask||109.01 x 1800|
|Day's range||104.84 - 107.75|
|52-week range||95.94 - 122.51|
|PE ratio (TTM)||31.64|
|Earnings date||10 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.71 (3.55%)|
|1y target est||115.91|
Wendy’s and White Castle are just some of the fast-food brands with unique presences on social media. Here is what goes into their tweets and social media strategy.
Gatorade's use of its name and the G-bolt design in association with The Sports Fuel Company helped it win a federal court trademark infringement case. PepsiCo, Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary The Gatorade Company is in no jeopardy of losing its registration or right to use its advertising slogan "Gatorade The Sports Fuel Company." An Illinois federal court judge has ruled that a trademark infringement action filed by SportFuel, Inc., owner of the registered trademark "SPORTFUEL," does not deserve the right to have its case originally filed in August 2016 heard in front of a jury, giving Gatorade a win at the summary judgment phase of the litigation. It was an important case for Gatorade, which is in a similar line of business as SportFuel and calls itself a sports fuel company on much of its advertising and packaging.
Essentia is part of the so-called functional water trend, promising special health benefits.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexicans are among the biggest soda drinkers in the world, so residents of the southern city of Ciudad Altamirano were hit hard when first Coca-Cola then Pepsi closed their distribution centers amid drug gang extortion demands.
The bottled water market is poised to grow further in over the next few years. This has made beverage companies reorient their business strategy and redesign their portfolio with increased focus on bottled water.
An exclusive bottler of PepsiCo Inc. is halting operations in a Mexican town where it has become too dangerous to operate, almost three months after rival Coca-Cola Femsa did the same. The company, Grupo Gepp, suspended beverage-distribution operations in Ciudad Altamirano, about 170 miles (275 kilometers) southwest of Mexico City, “to guarantee the security of its people and its supply chain,” PepsiCo said in an emailed statement. In a separate statement, Grupo Gepp, which bottles and distributes beverages for PepsiCo in Mexico, said the closure was temporary.
VMG Partners is set to make a more than three-times return on the exit of Bare Foods Co., said a person familiar with the matter, as healthy snacks continue to drive much of the food-and-beverage industry’s deal flow. The business also received venture-capital backing in 2013 through a $9.25 million round led by NGEN Partners. PepsiCo is among other established food-and-beverage businesses pursuing acquisitions to increase scale, particularly by going after young, fast-expanding brands in the better-for-you category.
GENEVA (AP) — The Trump administration has torpedoed a plan to recommend higher taxes on sugary drinks, forcing a World Health Organization panel to back off the U.N. agency's previous call for such taxes as a way to fight obesity, diabetes and other life-threatening conditions.
Monster Beverage (MNST) stock rose 5.4% to $51.96 on May 30 in reaction to the company’s announcement of its new share repurchase program. Monster Beverage’s board of directors has approved a new share repurchase program that authorizes the repurchase of up to $500 million of the company’s common stock. Monster Beverage exhausted its authorized limit of $250 million under its previous share repurchase program.
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PepsiCo Inc. said Friday it is buying Bare Foods Co., a maker of fruit and vegetable snacks, as the global food and beverage company looks to expand its offerings of healthier fare. The deal unites the owner of Lays and Doritos snacks with a San Francisco-based startup that sells baked fruit and vegetable chips. Bare Snacks was founded in 2001 by a family-owned organic apple farm in Washington state.
The companies did not disclose the financial terms of the deal. Bare Foods sells Granny Smith apple chips, banana and coconut snacks and was founded in 2001 in a family owned organic apple farm in Washington. U.S. food companies have made a flurry of acquisitions in the snack food space as they seek to tap rising demand for snacks that have low salt content and are less processed.
PepsiCo Inc. said Friday that it has reached an agreement to acquire Bare Foods Co., a U.S.-based food company making fruit- and vegetable-based snacks. Details of the transaction were not disclosed. Bare ...
PepsiCo Inc. is placing another bet that American nibblers want healthier options with the purchase of baked fruit and vegetable snackmaker Bare Foods Co. The maker of Mountain Dew and Cheetos inked a deal to buy the San Francisco-based creator of products including beet chips and baked apple crisps. PepsiCo, which has been fighting Americans’ departure from sodas, has increasingly relied on growth in its snack business.
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Investing.com - In June, PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP) Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi joins the board of the International Cricket Council as its first independent female director.Though it's hardly Nooyi's greatest accomplishment, it is a fitting achievement for someone who played cricket in her youth and has changed the playing field of corporate management. Noori, 62, was born and raised in Madras, India. After receiving bachelors degrees in physics, chemistry and math from the Madras Christian College, and an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management in Calcutta, Nooyi worked in India for two years. She then moved to the U.S to attend the Yale School of Management. After graduating in 1980, she went to work at Boston Consulting Group, followed by stints at Motorola (NYSE:MSI) and Asea Brown Boven.She joined PepsiCo in 1994, where she would play a key role in the company's acquisitions of Tropicana and Quaker Oats. She was promoted to CFO in 2001, CEO in 2006 and chairman in 2007. Nooyi is best known for leading a restructuring that has turned PepsiCo into an international powerhouse. In 2015, she ranked second on Fortune's "Most Powerful Women List". Off the job, Nooyi has served on the boards of the World Economic Forum, Tsinghua University, the International Rescue Committee, the non-profit women's organization, Catalyst, and the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. All in all, it is a resume rich in diversity, which appears to be reflected in Nooyi's leadership at PepsiCo. The company is frequently counted among the best employers for diversity.