Asked in InternetPepsi
What new technologies strongly affect Pepsi company?
September 17, 2014 5:14PM
New technology, specifically the Internet, strongly affect Pepsi company. With the use of the Internet, Pepsi advertising becomes easier, faster, and cheaper across the globe.
Asked in Job Interviews, Pepsi
What are the strength and weaknesses of Pepsi company?
Asked in Pepsi
Pepsi you can repare and make equpments of Pepsi bottling plants?
Do the Mormons own pepsi?
No. Pepsi is a publically traded company owned by shareholders. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) does not own stock in Pepsi. They have never owned any beverage company, and the only for-profit retail company they own is a religious book store, Deseret Book. Individual Mormons may own stock in Pepsi if they choose.
Asked in Coca-Cola, Pepsi
Who sells more Coke or Pepsi?
The fact is the answer depends on what you mean by Coke or Pepsi...the company or the drink. If you mean the cola drink, then Coke is. Pepsi has never out-sold Coke in the 108 years of competition between the two. If you mean the company, then Pepsi has somewhat recently passed Coke, selling more water and other drinks (including Pepsi cola) combined. This, according to Fortune.