Fortune's No. 1 Most Powerful Woman, PepsiCo (PEP) Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi, delivered disappointing quarterly earnings this morning and said that the company will close up to six plants and cut 3,300 jobs. PepsiCo stock is down 9% to $56 in midday trading.
Meanwhile, another Most Powerful Woman--a newcomer to the 2008 rankings released two weeks ago--is on a roll. Johnson & Johnson's (JNJ) Sheri McCoy, No. 44 on our MOREPatricia Sellers - Oct 14, 2008 1:11 PM ET
"It's a can-do spirit with a must-do responsibility that together generate great results."
- PepsiCo (PEP) chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit earlier this month. Nooyi is No. 1 on Fortune's 2008 Most Powerful Women list. PepsiCo reports earnings Tuesday morning.Patricia Sellers - Oct 13, 2008 7:58 PM ET
It's hard to be hopeful. Turmoil in the financial markets is spreading geographically and psychologically. The Dow closed down 508 points today. At last week's Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit, we heard plenty about stress and sleep deprivation -- starting with Warren Buffett's comments on a clearly exhausted Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson. Sallie Krawcheck, who is leaving her high-level post at Citigroup (C), and Barclays Capital (BCS) vice chairman Barbara Byrne MOREJessica Shambora, Writer-Reporter - Oct 7, 2008 7:22 PM ET
Greetings from Southern California! We're here for Fortune's 10th annual Most Powerful Women Summit which, even with all that turmoil across the global markets, is drawing the heaviest hitters in business, starting with Warren Buffett and Lloyd Blankfein.
The world's greatest investor and the Goldman Sachs (GS) CEO will be at our opening dinner tonight. It's a crazy coincidence since we invited these two men (our first time inviting men) months ago. Then, last week, the MOREPatricia Sellers - Oct 1, 2008 1:57 PM ET
We've spent the last three months slicing and dicing the accomplishments and career histories of the most powerful women in business -- far too many facts and figures to fit into our Most Powerful Women package in the magazine. Here are 10 intriguing facts that we couldn't find space for in print:
Youngest woman to ever appear on the list: Marissa Mayer, VP of Search and User Experience at Google (GOOG). MOREJessica Shambora, Writer-Reporter - Sep 30, 2008 12:11 PM ET
Coming on Monday...more turmoil in the markets? Let's hope not! Here's one thing you can bet on: Fortune's 2008 Most Powerful Women in Business list.
That's right, we just sent it to the printer, and you should see it online Monday morning. You'll see surprises. I can't give too much away (the women who made the list are being called this afternoon with the news that they made Fortune's rankings). But I MOREPatricia Sellers - Sep 26, 2008 3:10 PM ET
We constantly field queries from PR specialists, HR bosses, CEOs, and even wannabe Most Powerful Women, who ask: How does one make Fortune's annual MPWomen list? Throughout this week, I'll give you the lowdown about how we select women leaders for the list, now 10 years old. First of all, I should tell you that the Fortune MPWomen lists -- ranking 50 women in the U.S. and 50 women who MOREPatricia Sellers - Jul 14, 2008 11:56 AM ET
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