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NEW YORK (AP) — If you don't like coffee or tea, Mountain Dew has a new breakfast drink that might perk you up.
Advertisers are trying to capitalize on building buzz and user engagement by screening ads before the big game, but the strategy could backfire.
Three of the 18 women on Fortune’s CEO list earned one college and two graduate degrees apiece.
Thinly disguised outreach efforts drive more people to drink soda, according to a health editorial.
This Most Connected Company wants you to “Live for Now” (online, at least).
These firms keep an edge by continually executing great ideas—especially in a downturn.
Critics say Yale should not accept a Pepsi fellowship for nutrition research.
The Pepsi application to help men "score" promotes stalking and AIDS.
Many companies offer wellness programs that reward employees for good health habits.