EmployAbility Hosts Job Fair For North Texans With DisabilitiesEmployers expected to attend include Bank of America, Southwest Airlines and PepsiCo.
Diet Pepsi Drops Aspartame Amid FearsPepsi said that it is dropping aspartame from Diet Pepsi in response to customer feedback, and replacing it with sucralose, the sweetener commonly known as Splenda.
Frito-Lay Helps PepsiCo Crunch Q1 ForecastsPepsiCo's profit in the first quarter topped Wall Street expectations, boosted by the popularity of its Frito-Lay snacks and lower costs, the company reported Thursday.
Former Dallas Fed CEO Joins Pepsi BoardPepsiCo's board of directors elected Richard W. Fisher, former CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas from 2005 to March 2015, as a member of the Pepsi board.
PepsiCo Wants NFL To 'Seize The Moment'The leader of Gatorade maker PepsiCo is urging the National Football League to "seize the moment" and put domestic violence and child abuse policies in place immediately once it conducts its review.
Can Moms Have It All? North Texas Moms Sound OffInside Yoga Balance in McKinney, a group of women are trying to find the right balance.
Pepsi CEO Says Women Can't Have It AllIndra Nooyi, the CEO of PepsiCo, said that women cannot "have it all," and are "screwed" when it comes to work-life balance. Her comments are getting a lot of attention.
Group Finds Carcinogen In Pepsi ProductsAn environmental group said Wednesday that the caramel coloring used in Pepsi still contains a worrisome level of a carcinogen, even after the drink maker said it would change its formula.
Plano Continues To Attract Big BusinessWhen Ross Perot brought EDS to Plano in the early 1980's, it served as a magnet for other major companies. Today, the city continues to attract even more business.
Coca-Cola To Address Obesity For First Time In AdsCoca-Cola became one of the world's most powerful brands by equating its soft drinks with happiness. Now it's taking to the airwaves for the first time to address a growing cloud over the industry: obesity.
Coke, Pepsi Make Changes To Avoid Cancer WarningCoca-Cola Co. and PepsiCo Inc. are changing the way they make the caramel coloring used in their sodas as a result of a California law that mandates drinks containing a certain level of carcinogens bear a cancer warning label.