Name of Company and CEO.

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Name of Company and CEOPepsi is considered as an American Carbonated soft drink producer who was established in 1893.The CEO of the Pepsi is Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi. She became the CEO of PepsiCo in 2006(Moss Kanter, 2012).CEO Background InformationIndra Nooyi is considered as an Indian-born American business executive. She is recentlyserving as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairperson of PepsiCo, one of the largest food andbeverage organization in the world. Nooyi is known as one of the top female executives in theUnited States and is continuously ranked among the top 100 powerful women of the world. Shewas born on 28 October 1955, in Madras. She was graduated in 1974. She participated most insocial and other curricular activities. She was a brilliant student and got a seat in Indian instituteof management. She completed MBA in 1976 from IIM. The first job of Indra Nooyi was withTotal, and after that, she joined lots of organizations such as Johnson & Johnson, BostonConsulting Group, Motorola, and Asia Brown Boveri (Colvin, 2012). This will make her moreexperienced in developing various strategies. In 2006, Indra Nooyi became the chief executiveofficer of the PepsiCo and currently working with it. She gains a lot of popularity in her life. Shewas listed in Forbes and also received Padma Bhushan Award by the President of India in 2007.Competitors Background InformationMuhtar Kent (Coca-Cola)Muhtar Kent is known as the Turkish American business executive. He is the chief executiveofficer and chairman of the Coca-Cola Company. He was born in 1952 in New York City. He
was completed his high school from Tarsus American College and MBA from Class BusinessSchool, London. He was found a job in the Coca-Cola through a newspaper ad in 1978, andtoday he is the CEO of the Coca-Cola. He became chairman of Coca-Cola in 2008 and becamechairman of the board in 2009. In 2014, he was awarded the honorary degree by the GeorgiaInstitute of Technology.Donnie Smith (Tyson Foods)Donnie Smith is considered as a famous American businessman from Tennessee. He was donehis graduate from the University of Tennessee. He was done Bachelor of Science in AnimalScience. He is also a member of Alpha Gamma Rho. He became the member of Tyson foods in1980 and had served as CEO since 2009. He is known for his passion toward the hallmark of thetenure, which began in 2009. He focused more to learn the every angle of Tyson Foods business.In 1980, he was working in poultry operations of the organization. After seven years he wastransferred to the position of commodity buyer. This will provide a huge knowledge about theworking of the organization.Paul Bulcke (Nestle) Paul Bulcke is considered as a famous Belgian businessman. He graduated as a commercialengineer from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. In addition, he also attended the program forExecutive development at the growing and popular school International Institute forManagement Development in Lausanne. In 1979, when he was still 25, become the member ofthe Nestle group and worked in different countries such as Ecuador, Spain, Portugal, Germany,and Belgium. Before starting his job as the CEO of the company he was the Head of America. In2007, he became the CEO of the Nestle and started his new life as CEO in 2008.
CEO CompensationThe compensation package of Indra Nooyi is $22,189,307. It is a combination of Total CashCompensation and Total Equity. She is earning $ 15,567,308 as her total cash compensation and$6,251,479 as her total equity. Pay scale of the organization depends on the skills of employees.But basically, it pays 3, 95,829 per year package to its customer executives, 19,71,567 per yearpackage to its Territory Development Managers and 5k to 27k to its interns and lower staff. Ratios and Comparisons for All companiesElementsPepsiCoCoca-ColaTyson FoodsNestle2015201520152015Number ofEmployees263,000123,200113,000335,000Total AssetValue$69,667 billion$90,093 billion$23,004 billion133,45 billionTotal liabilities$29,213billion$23,709 billion$25,510 billion21,413 billionGross Revenue$8.353 billion$8.728 billion$2.169 billion88.8 billionNet Income$5.452 billion$7.351 billion$1.220 billion9.0 billionMarketCapitalization$151.75 million$179.81 billion$ 24.69 billion223.69 billionBook Value12.08 6.896 2.521 3.870Number ofShares of StockOutstanding1.452 billion4.364 billion3.674 billion3.085 millionCEO-Compensationto AverageSalaryMultiplier$22,189,307$14,590,571$10,180,700$10, 650,700

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