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- For PEP, its 30 day story count is now at 51.
- Over the past 29 days, the trend for PEP's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 9.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about PEP are ACT, KO and MAX.
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Below are the latest news stories about Pepsico Inc that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate PEP as an investment opportunity.
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PepsiCo (NASDAQ: PEP) stock has been left out of the recent stock market rally. In this video from "The Five" from Motley Fool Live, recorded on Oct. 12, Fool contributors Brian Withers and Demitri Kalogeropoulos discuss PepsiCo's strength as an income stock today. Brian Withers: Given that the growth in the economy is slowing down a bit, what's the stock that you like right now, regardless of economic conditions over the next year or two?
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There was already good reason to doubt the new Mountain Dew branded hard soda collaboration from Pepsico (NASDAQ: PEP) and Boston Beer (NYSE: SAM), but the alcoholic beverage may already be in trouble even before it's had a chance to roll off the production line. Archaic Prohibition-era regulations could kill the drink, or at the very least cause problems with distributors for the two beverage companies. Pepsi and Boston Beer announced this summer they were forming a joint venture to produce an alcoholic version of the neon green soda called Hard Mtn Dew, a flavored malt beverage that will have 5% alcohol by volume.
Investing in dividend stocks can be an excellent way to generate passive income. Companies that pay dividends tend to be more mature, profit-generating operations that have established lines of business and a loyal base of customers. One such company with a long history of profit generation and dividend payouts is Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO).
Former Washington Football Team employees ask sponsors to pressure NFL to release report on franchise's workplace culture
Ten former employees of the Washington Football Team are asking executives of the NFL's chief corporate sponsors to pressure the league to publicly release the findings of an investigation into the team's workplace culture. A letter signed by the ex-employees and sent to the CEOs of Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN), Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ), Anheuser-Busch Cos. LLC (NYSE: BUD), PepsiCo Inc. (NASDAQ: PEP), Nike Inc. (NYSE: NKE) and The Procter & Gamble Co. (NYSE: PG) comes after The New York Times detailed emails that were purportedly obtained as part of the WFT investigation that showed Jon Gruden, then a TV analyst with ESPN, using racist, homophobic and misogynistic language in reference to various league personnel.
McDonald's is ready to test the McPlant Burger, made by Beyond Meat, in eight U.S. restaurants next month, CNBC reported Thursday.
Motley Fool analyst Asit Sharma analyzes those stories and discusses whether regulatory risk is big enough to dissuade one from investing in mega-cap companies like Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN). To catch full episodes of all The Motley Fool's free podcasts, check out our podcast center. Asit Sharma: Good to see you, Chris.
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