Indra Nooyi

PepsiCo's India revenue grows in double digits

PepsiCoNew Delhi: PepsiCo India's revenue grew in double digits for nine months ended September 6, 2014 making the country amongst the fastest growing emerging markets for the global beverages and snack giant.

"Our developing and emerging markets business has proven to be resilient with high single-digit organic revenue growth year-to-date, including double-digit growth in Egypt and India," PepsiCo Inc Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi said in an earnings call.

"Even though the political environments are relatively stable, GDP and consumer spending growth remains mixed. Despite these challenges, our businesses performed well in the third quarter and year-to-date," she added.

Indra Nooyi meets Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal, pledges double investment in food processing sector

Indra-NooyiNew Delhi, Aug 26 : The Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PepsiCo, Indra Nooyi, who met Minister of Food Processing Industries, Harsimrat Kaur Badal today, has said that her company has already invested substantially in India's food processing sector and they wish to double this investment in the coming years.

Talking about the prospective investment, Harsimrat Kaur said, "Lot of investment is coming, which is substantial. In coming years, it will surely double. So, good amount of investment will continue to come in different parts in India."

PepsiCo to invest $5.5 billion in India by 2020: Nooyi

PepsiCoNew Delhi, Nov 11 : Global beverage giant PepsiCo Monday said it will invest Rs. 33,000 crore ($5.5 billion) in India by 2020 to expand its manufacturing and distribution capacity in Asia's third largest economy.

“India is a country with huge potential and it remains an attractive, high-priority market for PepsiCo,” PepsiCo Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi told reporters here.

She said the investment will be made in expanding manufacturing capacity, agriculture, infrastructure and innovation.

Indra Nooyi received $17 million in compensation in 2011

Indra Nooyi received $17 million in compensation in 2011Indian-born Indra Nooyi, the chairman and chief executive officer of PepsiCo received about $17.1 million as compensation during 2011, showed a regulatory filing from the company.

The increase in her package of about 5.8 per cent from 2010, is mostly due to the changes in the value of her retirement benefit at the company, said the filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Manmohan and Sachin on TIME Top 100 influential list

Manmohan and Sachin on TIME Top 100 influential listIndian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar have been listed in the TIME Magazine's Top 100 most influential people list for 2010. Nine Indians have managed to be featured in that list. Apart from Dr. Manmohan Singh and Sachin Tendulkar, the other Indians to be listed in that list are Perumalsamy Namperumalsamy, Sanjit Buker Roy, Indra Nooyi, Chetan Bhagat, Atul Gwande, Rahul Singh and Kiran Mazumdar Shaw.

CCEA clears PepsiCo’s $200 million proposals

The Union Cabinet, in its recently held meeting under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has approved the proposal of soft-drink maker PepsiCo in which the firm had sought injection of an additional $200 million in PepsiCo India holdings, the Indian subsidiary of group, in coming three years.

The company's global Chief Executive Officer, Ms Indira Nooyi had announced $500-million investment plan in September 2008.

PM''s visit to US will set a new course in Indo-US economic ties: Nooyi

PM''s visit to US will set a new course in Indo-US economic ties: NooyiNew Delhi, Nov 10 : Prior to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh''s visit to Washington later this month, Indra K. Nooyi, chairperson of Pepsico today said that the leaders of both India and US will use the visit to set a new course to fully capture the growth potential of the two economies.

Nooyi, who is also the chairperson of United States-India Business Council (USIBC) met industry leaders from the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in New Delhi today to discuss plans to advance the India-US relationship ahead of Singh''s visit to US.

India most important future market for PepsiCo, says Nooyi

Indra NooyiNew Delhi, Nov 10 : PepsiCo will hold its global board meeting in India this year as it sees the country as its "most important future market", according to company chairman and chief executive Indra Nooyi.

"India is going to be the most important future market for the company. That is why we wanted the board members to see and understand this market," Nooyi told reporters here Tuesday, a day before PepsiCo holds its global board meeting in Mumbai.

Nooyi Feels Trading Between U.S. And India Could Be Bettered Through Bilateral Treaty

On Wednesday, the chairperson of PepsiCo, Indra Nooyi, expressed her viewpoint Nooyi Feels Trading Between U.S. And India Could Be Bettered Through Bilateral Treaty that if India and U.S. want to better their trade relations, then the two countries should enter into a bilateral investment treaty. 

Furthermore she expressed that both countries’ leadership should move ahead in executing agreements while examining their implementation till the last.  

Civil nuclear deal strongly in India''s interest: Indra Nooyi

United States, India, NSGNew Delhi, Sept 24 : Chief executive of US based beverage giant PepsiCo, Indra Nooyi on Wednesday hailed the India-US nuclear deal calling it strongly in country''s interests.

A U. S. Senate panel on Tuesday voted to approve the U. S.-India civil nuclear cooperation agreement.

Indra Nooyi, Sonia Gandhi and Mayawati among world''s 100 most powerful women

Indra Nooyi, Sonia Gandhi and Mayawati among world''s 100 most powerful womenNew York, Aug. 28 (ANI): Indian American Indra Nooyi, the Chairman and CEO of Pepsico U. S., has been ranked as the third most powerful woman in the world by Forbes magazine.

According to the magazine, Nooyi is the highest-ranked woman in business as she successfully expands the food and beverage giant internationally to counter a decline in Americans'' preference for soda and chips.

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