The company has become the latest company to join the RE100 initiative, a global initiative that works to bring together businesses around the world committed to 100% renewable electricity.
While most soft drink companies use caffeine to provide consumers energy, PepsiCo has created a beverage that’s meant to help consumers catch some Zs.
PepsiCo reported second-quarter sales slid 3.1 percent from a year ago as consumers stocked up on snacks and bought fewer beverages amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Companies have stepped up pressure on the franchise since earlier this week, when a group of 87 investment firms and shareholders demanded that PepsiCo, Nike and FedEx cut ties with the team unless officials agree to change the name.
PepsiCo, Inc. is quietly joining the growing number of companies pulling ad dollars from Facebook, people close to the matter tell FOX Business.
The families of two women who portrayed Quaker Oats' Aunt Jemima expressed concerns about the company's decision to scrap the controversial branding, saying it could erase their family histories.
The company's line of maple syrups, pancake and waffle mixes under the brand had prompted criticism for years because of its early links to slave culture in the pre-Civil War South. Quaker Oats is owned by PepsiCo.
The soft-drink maker scrapped its 2020 earnings forecast amid confusion about how the pandemic will affect sales.
The $3.85 billion price tag makes the transaction the largest involving an individual non-alcoholic beverage brand to date.
Be & Cheery sells snacks from nuts to dried fruits mainly on Chinese e-commerce platforms
Pepsico earned $1.77 billion, or $1.26 a share, as revenue rose.
Pepsi is promising to give everyone in America a free Pepsi Zero Sugar if either team in this year's Super Bowl finishes the game with a score that ends in zero.
The brand hopes it can “awaken taste buds of cola lovers and coffee fanatics across the U.S.”
PopCorners sold to snack king PepsiCo.
Pepsi jumps on the non-alcoholic trend with a fizzy wine-flavored drink.
The new Connected Leadership report from Brunswick Group found which CEOs from the U.S. and the U.K. in the S&P 500 and FTSE 350 are the most “connected” through their social media profiles.