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|Day's range||167.92 - 168.25|
|52-week range||167.92 - 168.25|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.55|
|PE ratio (TTM)||0.23|
|Earnings date||13 July 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
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In its 38th year of honoring the nation's most elite high school athletes, Gatorade today announced Max Clark of Franklin Community High School in Franklin, Ind. is the 2022-23 Gatorade National Baseball Player of the Year. Clark won the prestigious award for his accomplishments on and off the field, joining an impressive group of former Gatorade National Baseball Players of the Year who have combined for more than four MLB MVP awards, 42 All-Star appearances and 27 MLB first round draft picks.
This summer, the iconic brand Lay’s® is reinventing itself by launching three limited edition chip flavours. Also reinventing a classic, three Canadian musicians will showcase their unique takes on an iconic song, inspired by each of the three limited edition Lay’s flavours. Lay’s® Flavour Icons Lay’s® Partners with Three Canadian Musicians to Launch Three Limited Edition Flavours MISSISSAUGA, Ontario, June 07, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- When it comes to the snack aisle, there’s no bigger icon tha
Entering the third and final year, PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ:PEP) today announced it has added 16 new organizations to culminate "Team of Champions" — a national purpose platform that improves access to soccer in underserved communities, including Black and Hispanic youth, across the U.S. The $1 million commitment made over the past three years has made actionable investments on and off the field, including helping teams with apparel and equipment costs, field access, mentoring, coaching and educati
Gatorade today announced the opening of its newest Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI) Research & Development lab in Valhalla, New York, providing unparalleled opportunity for innovation and discovery that builds upon the strength and history of Gatorade's backed-by-science approach. In this state-of-the-art R&D facility, GSSI will support product development across all Gatorade Portfolio brands, including Gatorade, Fast Twitch, Propel, Muscle Milk and EVOLVE. The enhanced Gatorade Portfoli
PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) today announced that it will issue its second quarter 2023 (ending June 17) financial results and other related information on Thursday, July 13, 2023 by posting the following materials and links on the company's website at www.pepsico.com/investors.
PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) today published its most recent Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) Report, illustrating actions that are driving equity and further embedding pep+ into the organization. Key accomplishments include making progress on gender parity in management globally, maintaining pay equity, while supporting historically marginalized communities around the world. To help ensure the report can be read and understood by all communities, PepsiCo included content by video an
Frito-Lay North America (Frito-Lay) and FIFA have announced the continuation of their relationship, with Frito-Lay signing on as a North American Tournament Supporter and Official USA Snack of the upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™, the company's largest-ever investment in women's sports.
Hot dogs, potato chips, hamburger buns — pretty much everything — will cost Americans more this Memorial Day weekend.
As temperatures rise and Americans eagerly anticipate the pleasures of summertime, Frito-Lay and Quaker today released the first-ever joint U.S. Summer Snack Index, shedding light on consumer preferences and habits to ensure unforgettable memories this season.
When it comes to raising the next generation of bicultural children, Latina moms are looking for less judgment from loved ones, more support from other moms, and an occasional day off (Mother's Day doesn't count!) to help them parent with confidence. According to a new survey from the beloved Mexican cookie brand Marias Gamesa, key factors like family pressures, unrealistic societal standards, and inability to talk openly about their parenting experience have Latina moms seeking new virtual conn
The PepsiCo Foundation, PepsiCo's philanthropic arm, is proud to open applications for the 2023 Impacto Hispanic Business Accelerator program today. In partnership with Accion Opportunity Fund, Allies for Community Business, LiftFund, and Prospera, the program aims to bolster Hispanic-owned businesses — specifically food and beverage businesses that are beloved community staples — to address foundational business challenges and support business growth.
Greycroft co-founder and VC investor Dana Settle explains investment opportunities in AI and how her firm responded when Silicon Valley Bank went under.
The Board of Directors of PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) today declared a quarterly dividend of $1.265 per share of PepsiCo common stock, a 10 percent increase versus the comparable year-earlier period. Today's action is consistent with PepsiCo's previously announced increase in its annualized dividend to $5.06 per share from $4.60 per share, which will begin with the June 2023 payment. This dividend is payable on June 30, 2023 to shareholders of record at the close of business on June 2, 2023. Pep
Consumer brands like Mondelēz, PepsiCo (PEP) and Campbell Soup Company (CPB) all proved pricing power was here to stay this results season. Mondelēz CEO Dirk Van de Put told Yahoo Finance Live that during the pandemic, consumers "got used to" snacking. "It's clear that they're attached to it," he said. Van de Put adds that because of the comfort level developed with these brands, consumers haven't been deterred by price hikes. "The average consumer now already snacks three times a day, and the percentage of people doing that is about 78%," he explains. Mondelēz (MDLZ) CEO Dirk Van de Put explains the price hikes further in his full interview with Yahoo Finance's Executive Editor Brian Sozzi at this year's Milken Institute Global Conference. Key Video Moments: 00:00:04 - Consumers got used to snacking 00:00:29 - Consumers are "attached" to snacking 00:01:05 - Consumers snack three times a day
Before those Apple earnings on May 4, here's what you need to know from tech earnings this week.
Investors digesting earnings results are liking what they're seeing in the food sector.
AI tech is being embraced everywhere right now, and no more so than at the nation's top fast-food restaurants.
It's an easy joke with soft drink companies talk about AI, but it's a technology that may match the runaway hype.
Latin music is having more than a moment. It's been a mainstay in Hispanic communities across the U.S., and its popularity continues to transcend mainstream as new fans discover, embrace and move to its distinct rhythms and sounds. Just in time for International Dance Day on April 29, Pepsi invites fans of Latin music to meet in the metaverse for the first-ever Muévelo con Pepsi Latin fusion dance master class led by celebrity creative director, choreographer and actor, Beau Casper Smart, and fe
PepsiCo, Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP) today announced that Roberto Azevedo, Chief Corporate Affairs Officer and Chairman of the PepsiCo Foundation Board, has decided to retire from PepsiCo effective at the end of June. He plans to pursue his next chapter with a continued focus on supporting the global transition to a more inclusive and greener economy.
Rold Gold® commemorates the hard pretzel's legacy in the Northeast this National Pretzel Day by giving away cash prizes to fans across the area. The iconic brand that's shown up for pretzel lovers for more than 100 years calls on snackers to share all the ways they Just Add Gold™ to their special moments – how they enjoy Rold Gold pretzels from dipping and pairing to group get-togethers and solo occasions – for a chance to take home a share of the cash prize.
It's earnings season! Yahoo Finance is here to help with a roundup of what we learned on Q1 company earnings from GM, Pepsico, McDonald's, Microsoft, Google, and more. GM Q1 Earnings General Motors CFO Paul Jacobson said, "Demand is remaining firm for us. Our volumes were up about 4%. Revenues were strong. Pricing is still lapping (due to) some of the increases that we did last year as a result of the higher input costs and commodities. Overall, really strong execution by the team.” Pepsico Product Demand PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston stated, “Overall, the demand for our products continues to be quite high. I think revenue is a much more reflective metric of what's happening. And with 14% revenue, obviously, consumers are truly enjoying our products.” Chipotle Price Increases Regarding price increases, Chipotle CFO Jack Hartung said, “Despite some of those price increases, our transactions were up 4%. And that tells us that customers still think of Chipotle as the meal that they want to eat at a great value. And so they're coming back in greater numbers." Intel Inventory Corrections Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger remarked, "All of the steps of our turnaround are underway. Good execution on the product side, good execution on the process, technology momentum that we have and I think investors are looking at." Video highlights: 00:00:03 - General Motors CFO Paul Jacobson 00:00:19 - PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston 00:00:31 - TD Cowen Managing Director Andrew Charles on McDonald's 00:00:45 - Chipotle CFO Jack Hartung 00:00:59 - Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger 00:01:16 - Roth MKM Managing Director Rohit Kulkarni on Google 00:01:29 - RBC Capital Markets Equity Analyst Rishi Jaluria
Yahoo Finance Live discusses a rise in shares of PepsiCo as the company topped it's earnings and hit a 52-week high .
Recession-resilient stocks might be the talk of the town amid the drumbeat of an economic downturn; but for one CFO, the answer might be in the snacks. "One of the reasons defensive stocks truly do well in these types of environments is because consumers still want to have these small, simple, affordable treats and luxuries in their lives", says PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston. He told Yahoo Finance Live he's "not that surprised" consumers aren't trading down on more products.PepsiCo (PEP) reported first quarter earnings before the bell, showing net sales climbed 10.2%, despite overall prices rising 16%. Competitor Coca-Cola (KO) also saw strong demand for its product, fueled by its own price hikes. "You may not be able to go out and get a new car. You may not be able to go out and get a really fancy piece of technology, but you can afford a bag of Doritos or you can afford a Gatorade Zero after you work out," he explains. You can watch Julie Hyman, Brad Smith and Brian Sozzi's full interview with Hugh Johnston here. Key Video Moments: 00:00:16 - Johnston "not that surprised" about consumers 00:00:38 - Consumers can afford a bag of Doritos
PepsiCo had a strong quarter and offered an upbeat outlook, giving it some breathing room to weigh in on the AI debate.