By Patricia Sellers
The 2010 Fortune Most Powerful Women list is out!
You can check out the entire MPWomen package here.
This includes the full ranking of 50 MPWomen in U.S. Business, our D.C. Power List and more.
PepsiCo (PEP) CEO Indra Nooyi is No. 1 on our U.S. list for the fifth year in a row. Kraft Foods' (KFT) Irene Rosenfeld is right behind her, at No. 2.
I went on CNBC's Squawk Box MOREPatricia Sellers - Sep 29, 2010 12:56 PM ET
"The age of thrift is here. You have to do innovation at both ends--premium innovation and innovation for the value consumer."
-- PepsiCo (PEP) chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi in a recent Q&A with Pattie Sellers. No. 1 on Fortune's 2009 Most Powerful Women in Business list (for the fourth year in a row) Nooyi today delivered another quarter of solid earnings. PepsiCo beat analyst expectations with net income of $1.72 MOREJessica Shambora, Writer-Reporter - Oct 8, 2009 5:16 PM ET
Pepsico (PEP) CEO Indra Nooyi wasn't necessarily angling for the corner office. In the video below, Nooyi, who tops the 2009 Fortune Most Powerful Women list for the fourth year, talks about how she landed in the CEO job--even though she lacked operating experience.
Last week on Postcards, we posted video of Nooyi talking with Pattie about the new "age of thrift."
Another clip features the queen of (soda) pop on the MOREJessica Shambora, Writer-Reporter - Sep 18, 2009 1:39 PM ET
Pepsico (PEP) CEO Indra Nooyi, No. 1 on the 2009 Fortune Most Powerful Women in Business list, is looking for leaders who can adapt and borrow ideas from the outside--"lift and shift," she calls it.
Also, see the video, posted Thursday on Postcards, of Nooyi talking about managing in the new "age of thrift."
Watch Postcards this week for one more video of Pattie's recent talk with Nooyi. The Queen of Pop talks about landing MOREJessica Shambora, Writer-Reporter - Sep 14, 2009 4:04 PM ET
I co-hosted CNBC's Squawk Box Thursday morning, when we unveiled Fortune's 2009 Most Powerful Women in Business list--topped by PepsicCo (PEP) CEO Indra Nooyi for the fourth year in a row.
With us on the show: bank-industry analyst Meredith Whitney, No. 39 in Fortune's rankings. She stayed after co-hosting Squawk Box the hour before--and made news, by the way, predicting that home prices will continue to fall and unemployment will go MOREPatricia Sellers - Sep 11, 2009 2:29 PM ET
by Jessica Shambora
The 2009 Fortune Most Powerful Women in Business list is out today. You can find the 50 women, ranked in order, here.
Topping our charts: Pepsico (PEP) chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi. She's been No. 1 in our rankings every year since 2006, when she ascended to the top job.
Last week, Nooyi sat down with Pattie and talked about leading a $43 billion global corporation in the "age MOREJessica Shambora, Writer-Reporter - Sep 10, 2009 2:35 PM ET
Who's more powerful--Oprah Winfrey or Yahoo (YHOO) CEO Carol Bartz? Disney (DIS) media boss Anne Sweeney or MTV Networks chief (VIAB) Judy McGrath? Who from Google (GOOG) made the 2009 Fortune Most Powerful Women list?
The new rankings are out. PepsiCo (PEP) CEO Indra Nooyi is No. 1 for the fourth year in a row.
And yes, there is a science to deciding these rankings. Here I talk with CNNMoney MOREPatricia Sellers - Sep 10, 2009 1:15 PM ET
by Patricia Sellers
Dawn Hudson spent more than a decade chasing stretch goals at PepsiCo (PEP). She headed sales and marketing at Frito-Lay, the consumer giant's snack unit. She led marketing at Pepsi-Cola North America and ascended to CEO of that $5.5 billion business.
That job turned out to be Hudson's ceiling inside PepsiCo, where chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi has put her own stamp on the company. Hudson (who ranked as MOREPatricia Sellers - Mar 26, 2009 1:39 PM ET
Are you keeping the faith? Your answer probably depends on whether you have the right leader to look up to.
I've been thinking about leadership a lot lately. For one thing, I read on the front page of today's New York Times that a remarkable portion of America believes in our new president. Sixty-three percent of Americans approve of the way Barack Obama is handling his job, according to a new MOREPatricia Sellers - Feb 24, 2009 1:30 PM ET
Is the role of the Fortune 500 CEO changing? I think it is. Of course, we've never seen so many corporate chiefs gain fame by testifying in the halls of Congress -- and then get skewered on Saturday Night Live. Any leader's nightmare, indeed. But as the world spins out of control, even the admired CEOs (a rare breed!) are feeling a need to step up and broaden their traditional MOREPatricia Sellers - Dec 12, 2008 4:42 PM ET
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