19 Burst results for "Pepsi Co"

"pepsi co" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on KGO 810

"Safety plan that will get students back in the classroom, the third largest school district in the country soon nearly 70% of the teachers union voting. Yes, The plan includes more teacher vaccinations and plans to close again if cases spike. Kansas City Chiefs has put in assistant coach who was also the son of the head coach on leave after a car crash that left a five year old in critical condition outside linebackers coach Britt Reid has been placed on administrative leave following last Thursday's accident. A statement from the chief's says there's still gathering information are cooperating with police and are focused on the critically injured girl, Ariel Young and her family. Offering support and resource is, reports say. Reid told police he had two or three drinks before hitting two cars with his pick up truck, injuring two girls. He's Chuck secrets him and Jemima has now officially been replaced. And Jemima pancake mixes and syrup will soon be rebranded as Pearl Milling Company. It's Pepsi Co's latest step in transitioning away from a brand many viewed as racially insensitive. Pearl Milling Company will also announce the details of a million dollar commitment to uplift black girls and women. And although the brand maybe new Pearl milling company isn't the Saint Joseph, Missouri company developed the iconic self rising pancake. In the late 18 eighties, which it branded Aunt Jemima Pearl Milling company products will arrive in stores starting in June. Daria Aldinger ABC News This is ABC News. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing is getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur spent.

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Hispanic Business at PepsiCo with Esperanza Teasdale

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

05:14 min | Last month

Hispanic Business at PepsiCo with Esperanza Teasdale

"Let's talk about the professional path and You are now the vp gm of the hispanic business unit for pepsico. What was your path to get there. Yeah i am studied engineering for college. So i was math and science person in high school and my physics teacher mr adrian nouvelle who actually was so important to my life that he came to my wedding by way and kind of steered me into the space helped me with College application letters recommendation. And so i studied engineering before. You're so i've been in a manufacturing environment for awhile. Bump steel toed shoes uniform union arment. And that's really where i started my career At the same time my company was so gracious that They paid for my mba. So i went to Uconn in stamford connecticut to take classes at night and really got more exposed to concepts of business management marketing research and just really loved it and so then when i asked for a new gig they said finance or sales and unlike okay sales and sales and all i need to go into marketing because marketing guides what we're doing in sales and i think they could do a better job and so i was lucky that my General manager at the time created a job and that was that was the beginning of my marketing career. So very classically trained at unilever and then pepsi around marketing from like you know the analysts all the way through up till now you know a vp gm. Which i'm really proud and excited about and And yeah i feel like i'm in a really great role. Right can make a big impact on the careers of our of our folks drive to mercy inclusion and drive the business results faster than general market because the population is growing so quick so and There's just so many things that are benefiting from being in this role that That i'm really grateful about. But that's kind of the the journey really. It was not linear at all Did not start off wanting to and marketing that side of my brain and that analytical process orientation i think does just a market yeah i think increasing edge to a home maybe ten years ago when you made the original switch i think today it's much more analytically rigorous than it has been in the past But yeah no. That's that's phenomenal. And i've had a few folks on the show. That have transitioned from engineer to sales marketing. And it's it's funny the way you went through that transition in how you described it because a few of them have described it similarly meaning they. They went from engineering the sales and then they realized my words not yours. How bad marketing screws it up. And they need to go help marketing. Try to figure that out because it it comes down to the sales folks at some level whether their marketing is getting it right or not so. It's an interesting learning curve and A pathway that. I've heard before. So what would what drove what drove the creation of the hispanic business unit. And how are you guys thinking about like measuring success. That's a that's a big scene seemingly to me as an outsider like it seems like a big big thing like a big shift in how you're organized. Yeah this was created. I believe in twenty eighteen by out. Carrie who at the time was still pepsi. Co when of are really incredible leaders kirk. Tanner who's our ceo and My current boss. Greg lyons our cmo and they just really realize that you know the hispanic Business is untapped potential and if we have a fixed mindset about it and we're not going to capture that growth and So what's the do different because in the past. Yeah we had a multicultural team. That definitely had A role but didn't necessarily have ownership and so the do different had to be to create an organization that was dedicated to this and have the right resources. And that's what they did and And it's been pretty successful. Ever since the the key measures to the other question you had really is around. Hey can we help grow faster with hispanic consumer than the general market. Can we help build equity with this fan of consumer and And those are some key metrics we look at and so far. We've we've been We've been pretty pretty successful doing that.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

05:20 min | 4 months ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"This is Gary v Audio experience. I'm Todd Kaplan. Up Next, he's the vice president of marketing at Pepsico and he's been around for almost fourteen years his worked across almost to each and every one of their businesses. He's got one singular passion. It's all about connecting brands. Culture is helped. Pepsi. Pivot during the pandemic through some pretty cool partnerships with global citizen in the World Health Organization. and. He's also done a pretty interesting activation with some good news. Really thrilled to have you today time. Happy to be here todd it is t underscore cap right? T UNDERSCORE KP toge-. Awesome. Innovation we're in episode one and a half right now maybe where we put everyone's names and titles, we add their twitter handle on on the zoom. So people have it. So makes it easier for everybody because I will say that selfishly by far the best I mean we have incredible guests todd is unbelievable. I'm excited to get into this but watching the twitter, what people are quoting, what the responding to has been phenomenal. Please if you're watching right now and also. For the thousands that are watching right now please take the URL. Zoom and go share it. Let's get some more friends than you know because there's quality stuff going on todd first thing that call my mind fourteen years in the same org to bring value for everybody right now you know how do you? What tricks of naughtily staying or like Pepsi but to ascend to the top, I mean you're running blue can that is the brand? It's called Pepsi Co.. You are running Blue Cam Pepsi. Your. Easily one of the most important jobs in the world globally at Pepsico. What's the trick to stay in a place for fourteen years happily? If you're happening. It's one of those things I would have never. Thought, that I would be at a company. You know this long this would credits a pepsico is they keep it fresh? You know you rotate you try new jobs, you stretch yourself and. I'm a big proponent of if you're not learning, you're dying kind of an approach and that's a big motivator for me is expanding my horizons trying being exposed to new things and so. Every couple years you know you rotate, try something new you get into a new line of business new problems. You know turn around different thing over here there in. So that's for me. Kindred, fresh as well as just. The people like we got, we have great very talented people at our organization and also the luxury of working on brands that are You know staples.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:39 min | 8 months ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"SportsCenter all night on ESPN Radio and the ESPN AB Sirius X M. Channel 80. I am Jim basketball those stories ahead, but we get it started with momentum mounting towards a change in our nation's capital, Nike, FedEx and Pepsico received letters. Asking those companies to sever ties with team unless it changes his name. It's about money. It's always been about money, and that's the reality of the situation. President and CEO of FedEx holds a minority stake in the Redskins. So that seems significant as well. I think it's unlikely because it's made personal like you could do that people would like you. But why would God Washington Redskins announcing Friday they are reviewing their team named Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league has had ongoing discussions with team owner Daniel Snyder. Adam Schefter reporting a change of the Redskins name is now considered likely on Thursday. FedEx which has naming rights to the stadium under a $205 million deal that runs through 2025 Requested the team change the name sponsors Nike Pepsi Co. In Bank of America, all releasing statements saying they welcomed the news that the team is reviewing a name change. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless, Stephen A. Smith, Louis, Riddick and Dan Graziano on the variables that Daniel Snyder faces everyone you talk to at this point expects that there will be a change. I think it would be shocking. If this team ever played another game under its current nickname. You do not conduct a thorough review. And then reached the conclusion that Oh, you know what? It's fine. We'll just stick with it. So I think we're in a situation here where external forces have acted on Dan Snyder in a way that he did not foresee when he used to say words like never. He's hearing from major sponsors. Obviously, that cuts right at his bottom line. He's hearing from the commissioner, and obviously, that has to be A significant factor in all of this. So at this point, I think the next thing you're going to hear our that Washington has decided to change its name, and then you're going to start to hear some candidates for what the new name will be. It's the power of big business is what it is. Look, this is the one thing that all owners and then specifically in this case is the one thing that they understand. You understand things that negatively impact the bottom line. They don't like those types of things. So when you have investors who own assets in the companies that are putting pressure on Washington and on dancing Or to the tune of over $600 billion worth of assets invested in the places like FedEx and Nike and Pepsico. And they say, Look, we want to see a change. Otherwise, we want you pulling out of your sponsorship with said entity that you're going to listen, cause that's gonna negatively impact your bottom line. And this is something that Dan doesn't want to something. No owner once, and even though this doesn't affect the other owners, per se directly, it does affect them indirectly because he needs to make sure that that franchise is as valuable as it possibly could be. So he needs to go ahead and get this done. You need to get it done in a hurry. People were startled by this news and called it massive because you have a sponsor of this magnitude, calling on the team to change the name. There is a sense around the league that this might actually be the thing that gets it done. You mentioned Dan Snyder, the team owner, has been adamant in the past that he won't change the name for a couple of reasons. One is Good, old fashioned stubbornness. And the other is the idea that fans still show up at games still buy merchandise because they feel a connection to that name to the team's history. So It would be a big deal for Snyder to do it. It might require approval of the of the other owners, a change of a team name that would affect merchandise sales. Etcetera might require league approval as well. They are worth $3.1 billion As of right now, according to Forbes magazine, There are top 14 franchise in all of sports. It is a very exclusive club. That is the National Football League. He had given up ownership and he ain't giving up any dollars that he doesn't have to. He gonna keep his money, He gonna keep the franchise And if he has to submerge his stubbornness, all right, if somebody because I know friends of his who will figuratively and affectionately speaking, slapped him upside his head and knock some sense into him if that doesn't work. I don't think that's gonna be required. I think that Daniel Snyder is going to change this name. I predict that it's going to probably be before this season begins. Well, PT I not so sure. Yes, I think it's gone. I think the review is phony foot dragging nonsense. It's a way to stall and buy time because I believe is, some reports have had it and by reports, I mean, also people in this community where you and I live with her whether Washington football team plays there are people familiar with Dan Snyder is thinking, who say Hey, is that budget at this moment, He thinks he's not going to budge, and that's what I believe. You know, you and I have had some text this morning and I told you I don't believe Snyder is thinking anything. But this team is going to be called the Redskins. He's gonna pull out some study and it's gonna have some stuff on it. Which says people don't mind which is always what he's done. You talk about developing story. Let me give you some developments in the last hour. Adam Schefter has said he doesn't think Washington's football team will be known as the Redskins this season and any punctuated it. Schefter just did with the quote. No way. Mark Masking writing for The Washington Post says the name will be changed quote potentially before 20 twenties season. Mark masking. I mean, these guys are all over this and you and I You're familiar with people who are familiar with the thinking of the owner. So, Tony, I think it's done. But do I think he has given up? Do I think he's just going to be talked into this by the commissioner or other owners? No, I don't. Okay, it's over..

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"pepsi co" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show

The Small Business Radio Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show

"Shows not just me that some lowering profitability so we work really hard in the state of California to couldn't a legally binding closet showed It's someone is prosecuted for that type of behavior. They do lose control. They're controlling shares. So we felt that was really important. we were proud to release that language On a piece on our DOT COM blog. So anyone can use it It was an expensive endeavor so somebody uses it. That's for sure but our goal again. It's always be looking out for our business owners even if it's through our own practices out but this Elizabeth seemed to me that you actually made something. That was difficult to even more difficult. So it's difficult for women to get venture and now you actually narrow the field putting a metoo claws on it. How was that received when you went out for venture in California well You know it's hard not. It's hard to look someone in the eye and say Do you perceive that someone on your board or someone is going to do the size of behavior and but when you start getting down to brass tacks and legalities around it You know as a capitalist. Everyone's these companies to succeed so I will tell you I was really pleasantly surprised by the venture community and as we were out pitching This was a no brainer to a lot of folks We had very few people shy away from it and again this is not just meat to its financial misgivings at Race issues In frankly it's not that hard not to be an ass and if you kind of put that up front I think that it it puts people on their best behavior And it is it is it is forward-looking and profitable and it's the way we should work. So why would venture companies WanNa put this at risk because one in the early two thousands Angel Investor? There was this old joke that said that any rights. The you have left in the agreement with a venture firm is really just a typographical error. Why would they WANNA give you any rights in this area? Is it because they also believe that the time is that we've really got to change the behavior and this was important to get behind that? But what was interesting is I found that a lot of LP that venture funds as well as managing partners are trying to figure out how to better train their Fund managers Whether it's our behavior whether it is Ensuring are being proactive and this actually helped many of them Put an extra layer of accountability and and the reason that's important is the amount of legal issues that these BC's have gone through For the baby of their employees You know they don't WanNa do that either right. And so It brought joy and accountability. I was pleasantly surprised. I heard that a lot. It's great to hear. Now you're also working with a lot of other significant companies like bumble and pecks PepsiCo and MasterCard and salesforce. What what are they doing to help entrepreneurs out and its relation to. Hello Alice absolutely that. We're very proud to have a lot of enterprise customers utilizing Alice and whether it is Chase Bank or mastercard or so on are really trying to get their services in the hands of the broader group weather again. We're talking about women are people of Color. Our vets or folks in smaller towns So they're utilizing alice to better access these owners which is really exciting on the other side Bumble Pepsi Co. Laurie how many of them have innovation funds that they're running and they're trying to find the next back business owner who they might acquire who they might learn from innovate with or they might lift up within their own. Let's say supplier diversity program so again. Alice's become a major conduit for enterprise other Business Services Innovation Funds or CO marketing campaigns for small business owners. So you're also working with one of my favorite people in the world. Ramon Ray. He's your aunt spurn. Resin and tell us how or Mon is going to be helping you out and bringing his electric energy to this venture. I gotTa drink six cups of coffee before I talk to vote. He's so great. Well we're really started allison. V at the size where we wanted to ensure we consistently innovate as well as a company and I was very proud to be the entrepreneur residence that dealt previously and really liked the model of freeing. Outside is so. How are we continuing to learn For the outside world inside our company in so we felt like it was time for us to have an unfair residents and Ramona's literally the first person I thought of because he really understands the cross section of what small business owners need. How time for busy. They are apt to get them information with energy and concise and focus but then also He's very inspiring and we all need that in our lives. We need someone to say. You're doing great keep going. This is hard you can rock it and that's really now through your website. Are People going to be able to make personal connections either with other entrepreneurs or with these types of resources that can help them out so when you log onto? How Dot Com? We ask a lot of questions we ask your State of growth your physical location your industry..

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"pepsi co" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

The Double Dropkick Show

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

"So yeah the the answer to the question. What if the iron sheik had broken hulk? Hogan's leg we don't too. Many things have happened terrible episodes. I because we like. We're we're asking more questions they were answering and I think that's good is is it. Is it really good questions and you answered yes world payment. They've been asking more questions than yeah. This is this being recorded Oh so much. Hey Hey one thing we did on the last episode that we do need to mention because it didn't go out mark brought brought to. I believe this is a public service. All right so so this is we'll close with this because it may I'm. I'm tired. Mark Bald Mountain Dew. Zero Sugar Sh and brought him today. We're going to taste test. We did this during the episode. That's is not going to air and so a couple of days ago. When I first tried one I really liked it? It tasted to me tasted tasted just like mountain dew in the day. Since then is I've had more and then today it was confirmed that the mountain dew zero sugar taste just like diet. Mountain dew and Diet Mountain dew tastes just like a dog. But yes and my Pepsi Co. Mountain Dew. Whatever your company name is? You are wasting my time. You're you're wasting everybody's time you have just put out a duplicate soda and it is terrible. Yeah anybody's list yeah. Mountain dews zero sugar is one of the worst tasting so soft drink beverages. I've ever had in my life but I fully expected like again. I texted you I I say bringham would because when I tasted the first one house like Oh yeah but I think you know wh I had a soda in a while I could see that. You're you're still drinking it. That's what kills me. I'm so thirsty. I'm so thirsty today. For some re- leaves this after-taste. Yeah it almost leaves your tongue. No it's like your tongue is saying please stop saying. Hey.

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Mountain Dew Turns Mistake into Marketing Win

Business Wars Daily

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Mountain Dew Turns Mistake into Marketing Win

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney leabeau's. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the uh for i'm wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily happy friday everyone well. It's every manager's nightmare chimaera public mistake one so obvious factually inaccurate but there's just no hiding it. That's exactly what happened to the marketing department. At mountain dew the iconic connick soda brand owned by pepsico back in june. The brand launched a campaign called the do nited states intending to celebrate the uniqueness of all fifty states is it designed bottle specific to each state and promised prizes to soda drinkers who collected all fifty but it made one glaring geographical error over on one map. It mistakenly assigned ownership of the upper peninsula to wisconsin for the record. The upper peninsula belongs to michigan. That's the twenty six thousand thousand acres of land that separates lakes michigan and superior as fast company notes yeah. It's hardly a priority for most fortune five hundred companies but not surprisingly residents of the upper peninsula or the u._p. Is the call. The region were quite miffed. The guy who runs the u._p._s. twitter handle a man named bugsy sailor triple triple dog dared the brand to come out with a special upper peninsula branded mountain dew and to give a free case to every u._p. Resident well. We wouldn't be too surprised to find business schools using this case as an example of what to do when you're caught in a blender pepsico took bugsy sailor seriously asli that's right within a day mountain dew vice president of marketing nico- portwood got in touch with sailor assured him the brand would make a special upper peninsula salah bottle now. They needed suggestions for what to put on it. Portwood asked residents of the u._p. They're called uber's to tell pepsi co. What was special about the remote region then the brand designed new label and plastered on nine hundred six bottles of mountain dew gave the sodas away at the upper peninsula state fair where by the way they also gave the ninety thousand attendees chance to dunk mountain dew employees in a dunk tank talk about eating crow more seriously. The brand also redid digital t._v. commercials commercials giving the upper peninsula back to its rightful state on the map. What pepsico couldn't do was to sell the branded soda to come out with quickly one thing to navigate the tricky approval processes and regulations necessary to put it on store shelves well that would have taken too long portwood told fast company in the process mountain dew grew hundreds of thousands of new fans on social media mostly from the u._p. And got a boatload of publicity so what could have been an embarrassing flop turned into a refreshing win for a brand that unlike most sodas is still doing well rival coke as the country's most popular soda but surprisingly mountain dew is the fourth most popular soda in the country. That's according to the motley fool which says its success. Ass is largely regional mountain. Dew is particularly popular in appalachia. The south and the midwest and now in one tiny corner of michigan mountain dew is now number one problem wondering this is business business wars daily this week's episodes were written edited and produced by late apetit ran emma portland edits. The series executive producers marshall rated by for non lopez test one. I'm david brown have a great weekend. We'll see you next wandering. This episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping thing in mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your p._c. And you are back back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash v._w. He w daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"I'm going to I'm going to reserve judgment on chestnut and say, hey man, I bet I bet she when he cleans up. He looks like. Good-looking normal guy. There's nothing horrible. It's just the whole situation when he lost, because you only lost one somewhat the last, because he got engaged got engaged, and then she broke it off, and then he had a meltdown, and he couldn't couldn't dog out the ways to know I think they were still engaged at that. I think they've broken up and that's what caused him down the spiral. I don't I don't know. And I'm not point any fingers. I don't know her name, but clearly was a bad influence on them does Astor. You don't take down a champion in his prime. Tell him not to eat seventy-two hotdogs, like it's not healthy for you or something like fuck you crazy, right? Pure madness. You don't have his best interest in mind. Ors is the general public. So I hope for the sake of him as the athlete in the man. He never gets engaged again. It gets married or finds happiness or has kids, I wanna champion out on these streets who's who's crossing the seventy dog Mark at every go. So we'll see. We'll see. Now, somebody gets to the revolutionary figure of the day showy we shall go. It's been weird day. So let's capital with a weird revolutionary figure. It was a woman who was named marijuana Pepsi. Okay. That was her legal government name that her parents, gave her was marijuana, Pepsi cO and. It's marijuana Pepsi Jackson Hole name. Okay. There was this all got started by one guy tweeting out my high school basketball coach told us once that he had a student name marijuana Pepsi Jackson, who went on to become a super super successful and whatever they found her today like this guy put out this tweets and homegirl had been an urban legend for like fifteen years, this high school and everybody else. Nobody believed his story. And he goes on Twitter tweets about it, and they found marijuana Pepsi Jackson, and she does have a PHD. Dr. She completed a dissertation on what black names. My gosh. Yes. She's black, and she said, look, I can overcome my name and, and do it. But here's here's what happens when you name a child something is difficult this, and then when went onto describe her circumstances of what it's like growing up with the name marijuana. Imagine explaining that you're entire life because that's starts real young. I don't even know if you get name, a kid, marijuana, these days, the teachers wouldn't you can do whatever you want these days, actually these days. A teacher would announce marijuana to the classroom every single day. Right. If the family would get offended then. Yeah, you have to, I bet you, they probably went by Pepsi. That's a guess guess either way to overcome a name like that your entire life and go on to be doctors pretty spectacular. So, yeah, that's crazy, man. I mean. I mean. College application which your name marijuana, I guarantee you one of the admissions people call and were like, hey man, I don't know this is a joke. But it says marijuana Pepsi's your as your name that you're applying to college with can you confirm that or deny that? And then once it was confirmed. I bet you, they were like oh, she got a digger now because there's, we can get sued if we don't take somebody with marijuana now. Yeah. Good on her man. She's a, she's a doctor Levin. That's crazy, man. What a crazy story revolutionary, and I was thinking about it was like why wasn't this solves all these years ago? Like all these people thought it was alleging you didn't have Twitter, you know, shit like this. Like you can't just throw out random things like this. And then find people you can't now fifteen years ago. And we just found Mickey poke in what under two minutes seconds. I just read his statement to the world. That's how it goes. Now. Yeah..

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"pepsi co" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The head of the food and beverage conglomerate PepsiCo, and she's talking about women. They don't like to crunch too loudly in public and they don't lick their fingers. Generously. Those were the comments that got everybody excited this week about her company. Introducing what potentially great new product that would be Doritos for women. Yes. Lady does very well. So excited these beautiful dream. Andrew new uses the CEO of Pepsi cO. She did a podcast in which he talked about female preferences in regard to snack food like their product Doritos. And she said women don't want crops in their hands. And they don't want a loud crunching and more than anything. They don't want chips that dorito splaine to them. So everybody was excited because everybody was like, oh my gosh. Deputies. Introducing lady Doritos Doritos for her. But it turns out not to be true PepsiCo put out a statement. They said they're already Doritos for ladies. They're called Doritos. So Peter, here's one thing. They could do. Yes. Doritos are triangle shaped they are those of you who like me I like to get the big bag and finish it in one sitting. Yes, what happens to the big one that grab? What happens to the roof of your mouth on those points? It really really they can actually. In in the roof of your mouth. If you're if you're eating a lot of the once, and you are, and you are so that is something they could work on. Yes. If it were more rounded stackable mouthguard that came with it. I'm glad you outed yourself. If you will is a Doritos fan because one of the other things that she said about women who enjoyed Reno's snack foods is that unlike men, they don't like to do the thing where you pick up the bag that's almost.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on TechStuff

"Company. He also made some decisions that some critics would point at later as being very questionable. So for example, back in early nineteen eighty five at CAS, he got into a conversation with somebody else and that someone convinced him that Commodores line of portable computers, LCD screens, which they were showing off at ES was going to be terribly unprofitable. They were just going to end up languishing in the market, and the company was gonna lose money as a result for really backing a portable computer with an LCD screen and Smith took it the heart, any cancelled the line of computers. So while they showed one off like a prototype over at ES, it would never become an actual Commodore product. Here's where people got really upset. The person who told him that it wasn't going to be profitable was the CEO of Tandy Tandy slash radio shack. That was the company that was making its own line. Portable computers. So essentially Tandy was able to talk a competitor out of launching a product that would have gone toe to toe with their own products. And a lot of people said that Smith let a competitor sabotages owned business, Marcia Smith began to cut costs at the end of nineteen eighty five because Commodore was not going to be profitable unless they were able to trim a whole lot of the expenses that included cutting payroll by forty, five percent Commodore suffer losses in all, but the final quarter of nineteen eighty five and nine at the last quarter, it posted a one million dollar profit that was not enough to set off the losses from the rest of the year and had a lot of debt to pay off as well. So over the course of the fiscal year of nineteen eighty five Commodore lost two hundred thirty, seven million dollars clearly that was going to affect Amiga as well as a division of the company and Commodore struggles in nineteen eighty five. Spilled over into nineteen eighty six. The company made the decision to skip both CAS shows that year. Remember the Consumer Electronics Show which these days has one show a year. It's in January, it's in Las Vegas in the United States there. Some international shows too, but that's the one big one in the US back in these days. It had two shows one in the winter one the summer. Well, Commodore, skip both of them and also skipped Comdex, which was a huge computer trade show at that time, and it always maintained very large presence during these shows. So it's absence was notable on the executive side over in the corporate section of Commodore, chief operating officer. Thomas Rattigan was preparing to move into the role of CEO with Marshall Smith stepping down this had been the plan all along. This was not a sudden decision. There was a long term strategy, and so rather than had been groomed to become the CEO of. Madore and he was given a five year contract that would expire in nineteen ninety one. And he assumed the role of Commodore CEO in March nineteen eighty six. And it was down to him to turn Commodore into a truly profitable company, which was going to require some really tough decisions. Rattigan had previously served as the CEO of Pepsi Co. international, which was a pretty interesting move because apple had previously hired away Pepsi CEO John Sculley in nineteen eighty three. So now you had to former leaders of Pepsi leading personal computer companies that were in competition with each other. Rattigan would lead three rounds of layoffs and the first round targeted people who are described as layabouts. So I'm guessing these folks who either were not particularly productive at their jobs or they held jobs that did not seem to contribute to the bottom line of Commodore in any real way. So it was the easiest cut to make and probably was the one. That was making the most sense from a business standpoint, the second round of layoffs involved, cutting the people who were working on what we're now irrelevant or underperforming projects. So red again would discontinue things like the pet or p. t. computer line which had been introduced way back in nineteen seventy seven..

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"pepsi co" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Health and sanitation, concerns employees I'm students. Are being, ordered to stop feeding the. Thirty or so cats mathematics instructor Carol Salzgeber says she'll ignore the order she says the. Cats aren't harming anyone so she sees no reason to stop feeding them Felicia middlebrooks NewsRadio on one five point nine FM bubbles are worth a lot of money as PepsiCo buys Israel's sodastream for more than three billion dollar Pepsi Co. made the announcement in Tel Aviv standing next to sodastream CEO. The headquarters of the company which employs hundreds of Jews Arabs will remain. In Israel and is expected to expand sodastream is located, in southern Israel where the government gives. Large tax breaks I'm Linda gradstein. For CBS news in In, Jerusalem, Trump's personal. Attorney clarifying puzzling statement he made yesterday Giuliani was saying he's a no hurry to have President Trump's. Sit for an interview with a special counsel's investigators when you tell. Me that you know he. Should testify because he's going to. Tell, the truth he shouldn't worry well, that's so silly, because it somebody's version of. The truth not the truth which led to this exchange on NBC's meet the press I. Go like I, know it isn't truth. Truth today, Giuliani says he wasn't tried. To address moral theology or make any ecstasy central point but rather it was talking about. A classic he said she said puzzle where two people can make contradictory statements saga megani at the White House MTV's availa gay youth voter drive of the midterm election MTV says it's launching the new voter drive at its annual video music awards tonight the youth oriented channel has pushed voter registration. And participation going back to its choose or lose campaign in nineteen Ninety-two. When Bill Clinton was first elected president But, this, will be the, first MTV voter campaign aimed at a non presidential election MTV says the. Drive to get viewers to register and vote is nonpartisan but it, coincides with a heavy effort by democratic. Leaning groups to get young people to vote the channels. Campaign will culminate with a, thousand parties across the country on election day Warren Levinson New York, government researchers say. Most, newborn babies are the US now have one thing income, more than eighty, three percent of new babies start out with their mother's. Milk according to, the two thousand eighteen breastfeeding report card. But the CDC's Korea prime says fewer are breastfed after six months at six months. About fifty eight percent of infants are being. Breastfed she, says the, benefits for babies are well known but I think less recognized are the health benefits for women which include a reduced risk of. Breast and ovarian cancer type two diabetes and hypertension the report also finds it almost. Half, of all employers provide workplace lactation support,.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on KSRO

"Ks RO, and time for a look, at financial news with Steve ruder and Steve. Apparently, Pepsi, Co., has, a, lot, of, extra, money laying around because they're buying sodastream for three point two billion dollars Mergers have really come to life this year we're seeing a lot of them and matching that's gonna continue here the market. Itself is nicely higher up eighty eight, points here on the Dow at twenty five thousand seven fifty seven NASDAQ. Though down ten points at seventy eight hundred five bond market up a third of appointee yield on the ten year note back down to, two point eight. Four percent and gold higher by eight dollars at eleven hundred. Ninety dollars I'm stupider at Merrill Lynch for ks SRO financial news at twelve and forty two mornings on ks SRO. Now with a casserole sports update here's Larry Olsen seven, run third, inning by the reds did in the giants they fall Lebanon four swept. Out over the weekend in Cincinnati jets going just six runs over the three game series now proud owners of a four game losing streak chats playoffs hopes fading eighth games back the lead in the NFL Weston. Seventy f- back Of the. Second wildcard spot giants in New York Mets this afternoon four tenths started queens he's can't close the, door to Houston sweep drop finale to the Astros nine four in the process just Overlander picking up career win number two. Hundred Houston leaving back into the lead in the AL west now. Game up on Oakland a skipper Bob Melvin two teams that were having a fight at least at this point and we take two out of three from both so successful homestand well we got sort of Texas coming in but you know. To this point we've played well enough, to take the series from from to good teams and you know it's. A positive Oakland remains three and a half games in front of the Mariners for the second wildcard spot for back of the Yankees for, the top spot. As those the raiders stood out five golf Branstetter woods the. Wyndham championship speaking of the top sin family golf tournament this weekend Klay Thompson once again saying he wants to be. A warrior for life quotes going to be a free, agent twenty, nineteen number one on my list would obviously be to stay with the Warriors you can't change the whole..

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"pepsi co" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The popcorn Probably much more Than. The, movie amazing well it looks like stocks. Have. Opened higher Megan the Dow. Is up ninety the SNP is up seven and the NASDAQ composite up. A quarter percent it's picked up. About twenty points Pepsi Co. is buying sodastream. For three point two billion dollars sodastream the maker of those at. Home drink systems there's been a slowdown in soda sales and Pepsi hopes to boost its income by. Picking up sodastream Amazon is coming out with a new device records live TV by working around cable providers and encroaching. On tvos market a little bit of a person familiar with, the matter says. We called Frank the DVR would include physical storage and also connect to Amazon's existing fire TV box, oils rising some it's up four cents at sixty five ninety five a barrel early on. The downs up ninety points lie with a. Bloomberg business report I'm Ed. Corry on NewsRadio twelve hundred w. o. a. thanks said breaking news on the hour at the half anytime At w.. O., a. dot com it's brought to you. By. I Mark credit union time. Now for a look at traffic and weather together from the w. o.. A. i. traffic center a couple. Of accidents to look out for this morning. The left shoulder being blocked itin eastbound at Bernie stage road and. Some minor delays from an accident loop fourteen southbound at old Pearsall I'm Ali era NewsRadio twelve hundred. W. o. a. I eighty six roofing dot com weather center ended up pushing out a few showers from the clouds. This morning very widely scattered certainly not much in the way, of impact to. Travel into the afternoon still looking forward temperatures near one hundred degrees in a partly cloudy sky tonight, Macy a shower thunderstorm especially early upper seventies mostly sunny tomorrow with highs near one hundred. Sunshine on Wednesday with highs near one hundred. Degrees I'm meteorologist Ray Stagich. From the Weather Channel on San Antonio's official weather station NewsRadio twelve hundred w o. AI Some.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We are getting more information about President Trump's proposal to potentially allow companies to report earnings every six months rather than quarterly on a quarterly basis President Trump. Says the idea comes from, outgoing Pepsi co chief exec Indra new Ye who attended last week's Bedminster business dinner so that is where the idea came from joining me now I'm very pleased to say as Arthur Levitt he is the former chairman of. The US securities and Exchange Commission and I believe the longest serving ever. SEC chair I also is. A current member Of the board at Bloomberg LP. Also, is an advisor to the primanti financial Arthur. Thank you so much for being with me today what was your, reaction to President Trump's tweet this morning about allowing. Companies to report every six months I don't like it I think that investors have much better results when they're better informed not Westbam US capital. Markets with their quarterly reporting of generated higher returns. Enters as a result attract a lot more capital than those international capital markets with semi annual reporting In the instance of Enron they reported, serious problems in the, third quarter of two thousand and one in that earning call and ten q File for bankruptcy squeak of December in two thousand. Two with semi annual reporting, investors wouldn't, have received the bad news. From October two thousand and two, by which time the company was broke but otherwise you could say you know it doesn't doesn't make sense so Come. In Coming from your background at the Go ahead Arthur Coming from your background. At the SEC I'm wondering what the process would be like that it could potentially undergo in order to. Make this, happen I mean how long would a study? Like this take and could they just sort of implementation and the near term I think he is likely to take at least six months Don't believe they could do this virtually overnight I, think this is a very hot button issue and I think it will raise a, lot of attention, not just in corporate America, but in academia which is very concerned about Our information gets to the, public and when, they can act on it Do you think that we did move. To a six month reporting period the US markets have become less liquid Yes I think that they would become? Less liquid but more important than that We would have less information on which to base decisions and I think a market without information is not as nice nearly as quarter? As, good as a market where formation is readily available on a regular basis I have. To think that some people believe? That this was a good thing that this would reduce short termism among the c. suite executives and that, people would be looking more longer term for business strategies. That makes sense what do you say to that because there are even some investors who think that this would be better for them over the long term From the perspective of business it would be. Less costly to relax the standards but I honestly believe that the best capital markets are the ones which are the most often report the, most frequently and the argument for more information for individual investors chrome. The argument that. Providing this information is costly to? American business when you are the SEC chair did a lot of executives petition you to make this change No They did. Not I think there is always a certain amount of tension between business and. Regulation And that's certainly existed I was not pressured extensively in. Connection with this change I'm curious to know whether you think that the pendulum has swung. Too far toward deregulating things are how much further would have to swing before you get concerned that were sowing the, seeds for another problem I think there's a specific moment that you. Can point you but clearly deregulation is in the air, and that's not bad I think the pendulum shift as you say but I think we rolled back. Number of things we've made it easier for business in a, number of ways in terms of regulatory context but I. Think going much further than we are now we would do that at the expense of. Investor interest and the greatest danger to our capital markets his lack of transparency in so far as investors are concerned That's why I think we can go so far and really not going any further just real. Quick here I'm curious are you worried about SEC independence here I. Haven't thought of that I think that Agencies are independent have been independent and I think any effort to. Change that would be terrible for our markets I don't guard this as, an urgent threat at this point in time and a lot, of it depends on who's running the commission the. President SEC chair is mindful. Of those risks Yeah I think you're likely to move in that direction aren't they love. It thank you. So much for taking the time always wonderful hearing your, insights especially on an issue so close, to your experiences, Levin is former chairman of the us securities and Exchange Commission current member of. The board of Bloomberg l p as well as an advisor to the, preliminary financial group I'm Lisa Abramowicz my co-host Pimm FOX is, off on a well-deserved vacation and this is Bloomberg This is a Bloomberg market minute stocks are fluctuating as investors digest disappointing results in financial forecasts from a. Handful of high profile names Applied Materials and Invidia thinking falling, lackluster guidance which is putting pressure on tech shares Elon Musk says. No one saw reviewed his controversial tweet about taking electric car maker tesla private that's according to the New York Times, must, told, the times he wrote the tweet as he drove himself to the airport it said that funding for a buyout.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Org, and Sheila welcome to on point. It's nice to be here. Thanks so much for coming in Shilla. This is not a a new problem, but women still make up just eleven percent of the highest paid jobs in corporate America. Eleven percent. Progress remains glacial slow talk about why? Well, if you look at the numbers over time in two thousand and six, when MS new Ye became CEO of Pepsi Co. there were ten women leading fortune five hundred companies and the number peaked around thirty two in two thousand seventeen. And then now it has fallen twenty five percent down to twenty four. So as you as you've already mentioned, that's less. Than five percent of the CEOs of major companies. And this is really disturbing when you look at it in the context of what's happened in other areas of our economy, women have surged into education system. They now earn sixty percent of undergraduate degrees, sixty percent of master's degrees. Forty percent of MBA's are now obtained by women. So there's a real disconnect to there's a sign of a real problem. And you know, part of it has to do with the fact that the women often start off at these companies and they get weeded out before they reach these upper levels where they're in a position to become a CEO and run the company. The weeded out and women rarely get replaced as you've pointed on your article with with other women. You know what? Some are calling this, the sort of savior effects. Even if you've got a president of a woman taking over a major corporation of their replaced. It's it's often with a man. I thought MS new e made some interesting comments about this on the day. She resigned. She said she would have loved for the board to have had. A woman to choose from. But at the end of the day, the board chooses a CEO and there just weren't any women at the company who are ready for the job. And she also complained that some of the female executives she had helped sort of develop and mentor and groom a had been poached away to other companies. But this really points to the fact that you know the, the lack of women at the very top reflects the lack of women at the levels just below the top. I mean, you, you know, becoming a CEO is a long arduous process. It's an incredibly demanding job. You need experience in all different areas of the company. Typically, including international experience, which is something that Indra talked about. That's often hard for women when they have family obligations and husbands with careers. So you know, it's really a sign that you know more needs to be done to to not just hire women in the first place, but to keep them and to make sure they get the experience and the opportunities to put them in position to rise up. And that's just not happening. Talk about the retention, the disconnect, how can get weeded out or poached away. But first, let's let's hear from the outgoing CEO ingenuity, this misses her confronting this sort of age. Old question. Can women really have it all? She was speaking at the twenty fourteen Aspen ideas festival. I don't think women can have it all. I just don't think so. Be pretend we have it all. We pretend we can have it all we plan on lives meticulously so we can be decent pedants. But if you ask daughters, I'm not sure they will say that I've been a good mum. I'm curious your take is part of her stepping aside, partly burnout or she got tired of it. What do you know about her decisions? Her reasons behind the leaving? Well, she's spoken a lot about her somewhat unique, at least in this country family arrangements that allowed her to thrive career wise and have a family. She has two daughters, but she's spoken about how her extended family. I believe her parents or at least her mother were very involved in helping her raise her kids. She. A lot of support and many families in the US don't have that. That is that is more common culturally in certain other countries..

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"pepsi co" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on KGO 810

"Gives you a news time coming upon eight o'clock good morning to you I'm Kim McAllister for Brett burkhart and we're just getting word from k. g. o. eight tens Mark Nieto that all lanes have finally reopened on the bay bridge. This after a man was killed, and two others injured in a shooting on the bay bridge. Overnight it caused a. Multiple vehicle collision an. Overnight had closed down with traffic lanes for our again they have just reopened the HP is reporting the men were riding in an SUV heading, from San Francisco to Oakland earlier today about two thirty this morning when a, vehicle pulled alongside it and someone opened fire at. That SUV the SUV then colliding with another car the driver of the SUV died. At the scene another man was. Shot and wounded and a third. Man was, injured in the, crash, both were. Taken to the hospital CHP is still investigating this case but again all lanes now reopened a PG any apprentice lineman becomes the seventh person to die, in the car, fire near reading twenty, one year old gyrus a, Yeta, was involved In a vehicle accident while on duty trying to restore power to rural areas affected by the flames. Family says he knew the risks of his job but was dedicated to helping others I was a native of Uganda he lived in Santa Rosa and the CEO of Pepsi Co. announced that she will be stepping down in October correspondent Steve Kastenbaum says she served. As an inspiration for women and, people of color around the world when injured new he became, CEO of PepsiCo she. Joined an exclusive club. Of just a few women leading fortune five hundred companies she's also one of the few people of color in that group while heading the global, giant new tried to change the way investors looked at their investments in one, in the house the quarter going to turn out. House sometimes weekly sales while you're weekly sales display and house the rest of the. Turnout go over to Europe ask. You questions about the long-term and. If you, go to Asia, they, ask you. Questions whether real long-term while she was CEO PepsiCo sales grew eighty percent during that time she undertook an effort to transition Pepsi into Greener company Steve Kastenbaum New York and, the Berkeley police department says. It has arrested seventeen people and confiscated weapons from an all right protester counter-demonstration in..

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"pepsi co" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on KQED Radio

"About that. It's just the latest revelation of the bags mistreating customers in. It's acknowledged repossessing people's cars for no good reason and creating credit card cats without customer's knowledge. Last week, the Bank agreed to pay two billion dollars to federal regulators improperly selling investors mortgages with bogus information about the borrowers. Chris Arnold NPR news. Wells Fargo is among NPR's corporate sponsors. The longtime CEO of Pepsi Co. is stepping down into new game, has been with PepsiCo for twenty four years and has held the top job for twelve. She's one of the few minority women to lead a fortune five hundred company. You're listening to NPR. Secretary estate Mike Pompeo says renewed sanctions on Iran will be strongly. Enforced the sanctions are snapping back into place now that President. Trump decided to withdraw from the Iran nuclear accord setup under the Obama administration Pompeo says the. Trump administration, hopes to find a way to move forward with Iran but that requires change on Iran's part Venezuelan police are still. Trying to find who. Was behind this weekend's failed attack on. The country's unpopular President Nicolas Maduro the government says Maduro is unhurt, John Odah reports the bizarre episode was carried out by drones armed with explosives Venezuela's interior. Minister Nestor resveratrol offered more details on Saturdays attack that occurred during an outdoor. Military ceremony in Caracas Overall said. It was, the work. Of two small, drones each armed with about two pounds of. C four explosives he said both crashed. Before they could get close to the government blamed far-right Venezuelans and neighboring. Columbia which has been fiercely critical of my daughter's increasingly authoritarian regime but on Sunday to shadowy groups claiming, to be made up of disgruntled. Venezuelan soldiers took credit for the attack for NPR news I'm John Lewis, today marks the seventy third anniversary of the atomic. Bombing of Russia, Japan the US. Attack on Hiroshima. Killed one hundred forty thousand people the Nagasaki. Bombing three days later killed seventy thousand people the bombings led to Japan's surrender ending World War Two I'm korva Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes. From, visiting angels professional caregivers assisting adults in bathing dressing meals and. Light housework nationwide, visiting angels America's choice, in senior home. Care office locations are at visiting, angels dot com and. The corporation for. Public broadcasting.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"If you've ever had that little chili powder lawyers are modern attaches john wall staring at home are stomach and and so he does and gives it all his family and friends people go nuts and then he remembers this video you know those cheesy videos that you have to watch with like the ceo wants to address the whole company he remembers that the ceo said listen we all we want everybody to have ownership in this company if you've a good idea let me know so he calls up on the phone the ceo of fritolay this is like three hundred thousand employees or something and says like hey i got an idea the ceos like well what division do you run i work in california sicko you you're the general manager for california no i work at the plant but will you the plant director no will what's your title on the janitor any explains doom the situation he says all right i'm going to come to town in two weeks so richard goes out he buys his first tie ever for three dollars though he and his wife go to the library they look at books on like marketing and business and stuff like that and they have this meeting in in the meeting in executive asked this guy how much market share could cheetos gap and he was he had no idea what that meant so we stretches out his arms and goes this much market share and now he's vp at pepsi co which is free to laze parent company he's the man responsible for like marketing and and community service within like latino communities and stuff and he's got nonprofits like.

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"pepsi co" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"pepsi co" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Two minutes is what we're this is what we're dealing with so let me tell you about the lady jurado here so apparently indra knew he cou is the something with pepsi she's though ceo of pepsi co she actually didn't say that they were going to create a new the reto for the ladies right no keane's shot yeah i mean that's i'm surprised actually that they don't want this because normally third way feminist one everything segregated ride like they want a whole you know that woke people world so the pepsi co ceo is due in an interview with the the media that with us publication when she discussed how men and women eat eat thereto differently she says that you know women eat snacks that don't that aren't typically messy you know like men they go and then they look their fingers and she's like you know women are really like that she says that they just don't that's not really how women eat i mean heaven forbid she know her product right i mean god lay she says they don't like to crunch loudly in public they don't like the poor little broken pieces and and the flavor under their mouth when so and that that you know that the dudes are typically messy with it and so is people who have no lives decided to take from this and run an entire story a about dirt read owes for ladies and then it went from there so the head this the headline over add week was pepsi c says it's targeting women with garrido's that are cleaner and less crunchy yeah and now everyone's like wow we wanted to have free abortion and birth control but okay here's them here's them to read owes lady thereto this is what she said quote she was asked she was asked by reporter quote iverson of men and women each chips very differently can you tell us the differences for if i was the ceo i would have been like who cares this is like dave chapelle when he's given an interview as to why he wants to work at the yogurt plays well you see yogurt is always been eyebrow.

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