|Bid||118.04 x 200|
|Ask||118.05 x 600|
|Day's Range||117.04 - 118.35|
|52 Week Range||101.06 - 120.57|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||24.36|
|Earnings Date||Feb 13, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.22 (2.74%)|
|1y Target Est||125.42|
PLANO, Texas, Jan. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- What if you had an invitation of the same caliber as a Super Bowl ad to invite friends to your Super Bowl party, complete with puppies, a talking baby, nostalgia-inducing celeb and more? Because nearly 50 percent of people who watch the game are either hosting or attending a party, and of course Tostitos chips and dips — a staple of any Super Bowl party — believes in getting people together. Launching today at Tostitos.com, "Super Bowl Ads for All" is a digital ad invite creator that composes a completely unique and personalized Super Bowl party invitation, a video featuring themes that have made Super Bowl ads so iconic over the years.
U.S. farmers who sought to boost revenues by planting corn used to make tortillas may be forced to sell their crops at a loss to makers of ethanol or animal feed because of a glut of what typically is a human food-grade product. Oversupply of the most common grains such as corn and soybeans has spread to niche markets because so many farmers have switched to planting different strains of seed to diversify and bolster returns after four years of bumper crops cut farm income and pushed down prices for staple grains. White corn, which makes up roughly 1 percent of the 14.6 billion-bushel U.S. corn harvest, can command a premium of as much as $1 per bushel over the commoditized yellow strain.
PepsiCo Inc. is devoting one of its coveted Super Bowl ads to its namesake soda brand and enlisting Cindy Crawford’s help.
Ruffles Announces Partnership with NBA as Presenting Partner of NBA All-Star Celebrity Game PLANO, Texas , Jan. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Ruffles, the Official Chip of the NBA, is helping fans score "baller ...
PepsiCo Inc., which was slammed last year for an ad that tried to play off current events, is looking for safer ground by reviving its past.
PURCHASE, N.Y., Jan. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Pepsi today unveiled this year's global creative campaign, "Pepsi Generations," a celebration of the brand's rich history in pop culture for 120 years. Through the decades, Pepsi has encouraged consumers to have fun, live out loud and enjoy life to the fullest. Pepsi has created memorable moments across generations that have shaped culture and still generates interest from consumers today.
Digital Content Series Features Greg Jennings, Nick Mangold and Rashad Jennings Battling in the Kitchen before a Celebrity Chef Judging Panel Winning Athlete's Dish to Appear on the Buffalo Wild Wings ...
Watch a surprise performance by one of the biggest names in hip-hop live from Brooklyn on Jan. 18 to celebrate this ice-cold occasion PURCHASE, N.Y. , Jan. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Mountain Dew is introducing ...
Cheetos tapped musical sensation Todrick Hall and pro football friends Vernon Davis and LaDainian Tomlinson to create a new dance move, "The Curl." The dance is designed to win support for the unsung heroes of the sheet (that's the ice for curling newbies) leading up to USA Curling's big competition this February. The music video, "Teach Me How to Curl," is available now on Todrick's and Cheetos' social channels.
Jody Davids has had a remarkable rise to be a CIO four times over, including her current post as Global CIO of PepsiCo. She began her career as an executive assistant, but her ambition was sparked early. She describes her journey, her path to board membership, her current plans and more.
The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO) had a slightly better 2017 than recent years. It was just another disappointing year for KO stock owners on top of many such weak years now. Consumers’ waistlines could only grow so far before Coca-Cola’s profits started shrinking.
The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO) shares have been stuck in a prolonged rut. During the last ten years, the average return has come to a mere 6.21%. By comparison, the S&P 500 posted an average gain of 15.59%. KO stock just hasn’t been getting it done.
PLANO, Texas, Jan. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- With new Doritos Blaze, Doritos, one of the marquee brands from PepsiCo's Frito-Lay division, is firing up the flavor in the snack aisle to kick off the new year. Doritos Blaze features complex flavor and heat that builds as you crunch. Doritos Blaze is only the beginning of the brand's bold next steps into the hot and spicy snack market, as Blaze becomes the brand's next national offering.
PepsiCo sold its Miami-Dade County offices and bottling plant for $40.27 million to a joint venture between local developers Terra and Terranova Corp. The Business Journal reported in July that the beverage company (PEP) listed the 23.7-acre site at 7777 N.W. 41st St. in Doral for sale. The listing agents were NAI Global’s Jay Olshonsky, Clifford Moskowitz and Kimberly Kocur, plus NAI Miami’s Gabriel Garcia-Menocal and Lucia Custer.
PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ:PEP) is a Dividend Aristocrat worth holding, but at the moment PEP stock is not worth buying. The Dividend Aristocrats are a select group of 51 companies in the S&P 500 Index, with 25+ consecutive years of dividend increases. Additionally, PepsiCo stock is one of 350 dividend-paying stocks in the consumer staples sector.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday: Adtran Inc., down $2.90 to $19.35 The networking equipment maker gave weak revenue forecasts because a major customer is spending less. Bonanza ...