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PepsiCo earnings, revenue decline: Earnings in Brief

Emerging market revenue was down, ad spending was up at Pepsico; Regeneron reports a profit; Provident’s earnings rose, boosted by loan growth

Dannon, Pepsico capitalize on yogurt craze

Two of Westchester’s major corporations are seizing the day – and the spoon – to take advantage of Americans’ growing appetite for yogurt. Analysts say...

PepsiCo: Meet the dairy aisle

PepsiCo announced a joint venture to produce premium yogurt products, marking the company’s entry into the U.S. dairy market.

Frito-Lay plays both ends against the middle

For more than 50 years, Frito-Lay in Purchase has ruled the business of snack foods by making the potato chips, pretzels, corn chips, tortilla...

PepsiCo employees gear up to give back again

Hundreds of PepsiCo employees are preparing to fan out to do volunteer work throughout Westchester and Fairfield counties July 18. This fifth edition of the...

Executive compensation up 6 percent in 2011

The typical American worker would have to put in 244 years on the job to earn what chief executives of S&P 500 companies averaged...

PepsiCo cuts ad agency roster

The food and beverage giant is now working with just 50 agencies.

PepsiCo to cut 145 jobs in Westchester

Eighty jobs will be cut in Purchase, 50 in Somers and 15 in Valhalla.

Westchester County business news in brief.

PepsiCo and IBM honored among America’s top corporations for women; Pace University professor promoted to run E-lab.

PepsiCo to lay off 8,700

PepsiCo Inc. will lay off about 3 percent of its workforce worldwide

Pepsico to lay off 8,700; earnings rise

The company will lay off about 3 percent of its workforce

TracyLocke best in show with PepsiCo spot

As Connecticut ad agencies reviewed their best work, the industry’s outlook remains uncertain for the second half of the year.

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Yonkers IDA backs housing project The Yonkers Industrial Development Agency recently smoothed the way for a 77-unit affordable-housing development that would replace blighted apartment buildings...

Business news and notes from around Fairfield County and Connecticut.

Native computer pioneer dies Perhaps Fairfield County’s greatest export to the computer age died on Feb. 6, after Digital Equipment Corp. founder Kenneth H. Olsen...