PepsiCo Beats Q3 Estimates, Raises Guidance
The company defied analysts' forecasts of a drop in earnings as its $5 billion cost-cutting program continues to boost the bottom line.
PepsiCo’s Sales Fall for 6th Straight Quarter
The company's results were hit by the strong dollar but excluding currency impact and an impairment charge, earnings beat analysts' expectations.
Chobani Rejects PepsiCo Offer to Buy Stake
The yogurt maker chooses to pursue growth opportunities on its own rather than bring PepsiCo in as a majority investor.
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending July 10
Kraft Heinz, Pepsico, Darden Restaurants, Convergex, Layne Christensen, Express, Sterling Construction, Zillow, Tredegar, InnerWorkings
John Sculley Tells How to Build a Billion-Dollar Business
It's about recognizing that customers, not product developers or service providers, are now in control of commerce.
Shareholder Returns on Verge of Record
The numbers are still being totaled, but S&P 500 companies are estimated to have handed back almost $900 billion in cash to shareholders last year.
From Pepsi to Sun Products: A CFO’s Odyssey
Al Drewes describes his move from publicly held Pepsi Bottling Group to private-equity-owned Sun Products.
Oracle CFO Safra Catz Is Highest-Paid Woman Exec
Safra Catz made $44.3 million in total compensation last year, ranking her above some high-powered CEOs.
Prolonged Ukraine Crisis Could Deal Blow to U.S. Companies
Agriculture, energy infrastructure and fast food are most exposed to the threat of Russian military occupation and continued political unrest.
Out of Africa, Opportunity
Chinese and Indian companies are rapidly expanding their footprints on the continent. But for U.S. firms, the opportunity is tempered by uncertainty.
The Best Medicines
Merck invests billions in drug R&spamp;D every year, and it&spamp;rsquo;s up to CFO Peter Kellogg to ensure that the money is spent wisely.