Sundar Pichai to Indra Nooyi: Twitter's Parag Agrawal becomes latest Indian to head global multinationals
Twitter's outgoing CEO Jack Dorsey announced that 37-year old Parag Agrawal, an IIT Mumbai and Stanford University alumnus, will be the company's new chief executive as he stepped down after 16 years at the company that he co-founded and helmed
In her memoir, set to hit the bookstores next Tuesday, Nooyi describes the events that shaped her life from childhood to her becoming Pepsico CEO, a position from which she retired in 2018.
“I hope this book inspires business leaders, policymakers and all women and men passionate about easing the work-and-family burden to come together and create change.”
Nomination process for next ICC chairman to be primary agenda in global cricket body's meeting on 25 June
The ICC could be briefed on the investigations being carried on the leaks of classified e-mails.
The first-ever Indian American to be included in the portrait gallery, Nooyi said it sends the message to the people that the US is a great country to make your future in.
Indra Nooyi is the second woman to be named on Amazon's board this month.
Indra Nooyi, former Pepsico CEO, joins Amazon as new board member; second woman to be inducted on e-commerce board
Indra Nooyi, who will be part of the audit committee of Amazon's board, stepped down as the CEO of PepsiCo in October 2018 and as the chairman of the beverage-and-snack maker earlier this year.
White House considers Indra Nooyi for top job at World Bank; Ivanka Trump suggests ex-Pepsico chief's name
Nooyi joined Trump's business council, which was disbanded after many chief executives quit following the president's comments blaming "many sides" for white supremacist violence in Charlottesville, in August 2017.
PepsiCo CEO Ramon Laguarta pushes for faster growth in India, says country among top markets for beverage giant
Laguarta, who assumed the role of CEO of PepsiCo in October, succeeding India-born Indra Nooyi, said that India is among the top markets for the global beverage giant
Indra Nooyi's last day as Pepsico CEO: All you need to know about the executive who reshaped global beverage giant
In August, the Board of Directors had unanimously elected Ramon Laguarta, 54, to succeed Nooyi, 62, as Chief Executive Officer
PepsiCo reports double-digit organic revenue growth in India, Asia, Middle East and North Africa markets
Global food and beverages major PepsiCo has reported 'strong double-digit organic revenue growth' in the third quarter of 2018 from India and other AMENA zone markets including China, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.
'Lot of fuel left in my tank, will spend more time with family,' says Indra Nooyi after 12 years as PepsiCo CEO
PepsiCo's Indian-origin CEO Indra Nooyi, who will step down Wednesday after 12 years at the helm of the global beverage giant, said that "lot of fuel" is still left in her "tank" and she looks forward to doing something different with her life and spend more time with her family.
Due to a shortage of green cards and working visas for workers, many employees find themselves stuck in an immigration process lasting more than a decade, they said.
Ivanka said she is "deeply grateful" for Indra Nooyi's friendship and thanked the Chennai-born executive for her "passionate engagement on issues that benefit the people of this country, and beyond."
India Inc hails Indra Nooyi: PepsiCo boss will leave behind a great legacy that generations will remember
Noori has exemplified what she has said by stepping down and having another take on that role, say analysts
Indra Nooyi steps down: PepsiCo's long-serving CEO to shift priorities to her family, rules out joining politics
Indra Nooyi said that talks about her transition started approximately a year ago, as Ramon Laguarta was named PepsiCo's President last July.
President Ramon Laguarta was elected by the board of directors to succeed Indra Nooyi.
PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi has been appointed to the International Cricket Council (ICC) Board as the governing body's first independent female director.
Chanda Kochhar and Shikha Sharma -- have made it to the rankings of most powerful women in business outside the United States drawn up by the Fortune magazine