The pace of the decline in soda sales quickened in 2011, despite growth in the overall beverage market.
Recent management changes at PepsiCo were “a good step” but other factors could impact the stock over the next year or so, one analyst said Monday.
Usually the whole is greater than the sum of its parts — not to investment guru Mario Gabelli. The CEO of Gamco Investors told CNBC Monday he wants to invest in companies that have a history of splitting off successful businesses and then invest in both companies.
Will key management changes at PepsiCo pave the way for an eventual successor to CEO, Indra Nooyi? Bill George, Harvard Business School professor, and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, CNBC contributor, provide perspective.
Take a look at some of Monday morning’s early movers:
Kraft celebrated the 100th birthday of its Oreo biscuit in Shanghai on Tuesday by turning the waterfront into a vast Oreo advertisement, painting the landmark Oriental Pearl Tower Oreo blue, plastering skyscrapers with multi-storey neon Oreo adverts and staging fireworks over the Huangpu river, the FT reports.
Yum is targeting Indian students and young office workers with adaptations of popular Western fast-food products designed to appeal to their unique tastes — hoping this will mirror its success story in China, which now contributes half of its operating profit.
The cola, which is slated to hit store shelves nationally by the end of March, is Pepsi's biggest product launch in years. It's also an attempt by Pepsi to revive the cola wars against Coke and others.
John Brock, Coca-Cola Enterprises Chairman & CEO, shares insight on Coca-Cola's latest enterprise and marketing efforts.
Brand experts and trademark lawyers say the value of simple, easily understood brand names has escalated in the Internet era because consumers are more likely to find such products while doing searches on the Web.
There are many stocks where, when you buy them, you need to understand that someday you will have to sell, Cramer says.
Kellogg's deal to buy Pringles potato chips from Procter & Gamble for $2.7 billion in cash will give them a bigger chunk of the snack market while subsidizing the company's core cereal business, UBS analyst David Palmer told CNBC Wednesday.
Bespoke crunched the numbers and found some long-time dividend payers with solid earnings that it sees as a relatively safe way to get yield.
“Fast Money” pros picked their favorite companies that have raised dividends during one of the worst economic downturns.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, shows examples of divergence among stocks in the same sector.
February is the busiest month for dividend declarations and increases, and this year, the biggest U.S. corporations may pay out a record amount.
Stocks squeezed out a small gain for the third-straight session Thursday, but the day's gains were limited as enthusiasm over reports over a Greek deal faded and investors were unmoved following some better-than-expected economic news.
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi put to rest chatter the Purchase, N.Y., giant would be splitting off its lucrative chip business, saying the companies “together create a lot more shareholder value than apart.”
Stock index futures turned higher Thursday following a report that Greek politicians reached a long-awaited austerity deal and after a better-than-expected jobless claims news.
Take a look at some of Thursday morning's early movers: