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An Unimaginable Journey: How Pepsi Beat The Odds In Romania

May 11, 2010


In An Unimaginable Journey, Aviad Meitar explores how the unlikely opportunity to take over the Pepsi business in Romania came to fruition. Meitar had virtually no knowledge of either the beverage industry or Romania, yet he recognized the value of bringing a first-class brand to a newly emerging market. Full of astonishing you-are-there details, this […]

Pepsi’s Sugar, Childhood Obesity and Twitter’s Swiss Cheese

January 20, 2010


Pepsi’s recent announcement that they were re-introducing the “throwback” recipe for both their flagship and Mountain Dew brands which replaces the “high-fructose corn syrup” or “HFCS,” is interesting especially given the suggestion that sugar is now a cheaper option. From a supply chain perspective is it in fact cheaper and, what are the implications for […]

Public Sector Procurement and the Walmart Effect

July 9, 2007


UPDATE March 4th, 2013: According to an article in FCW, President Barack Obama is slated Monday morning to tap Walmart Foundation President Sylvia Mathews Burwell as the next head of the Office of Budget and Management. Reuters first reported the news, citing sources familiar with the issues. Given Walmart’s history in terms of “dealing” with […]