Best Investments for 2015
Food and beverage giant PepsiCo had another strong quarter. Here is how they did it, despite continued sluggish sales of soda.
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The beverage giant may have moved closer to announcing a successor to the well-regarded 62-year-old Muhtar Kent.
The new Diet Pepsi is about to hit store shelves. And that could mean good news to PepsiCo's bottom line, much to the dismay of rival Coca-Cola.
A drop in commodity prices, a differentiated product line and streamlined operations are helping Pepsi pull even further away from its rival Coke, says Edward Jones strategist Kate Warne.
The following Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) conference call took place on July 23, 2015, 11:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
New packaging and the performance of its non-carbonated drink lines helped the beverage giant post better-than-expected quarterly results.
All of the negative news appear priced into the stock.