Pepsi said it expects constant currency earnings per share to grow 7 per cent in 2015

PepsiCo announced plans to return up to $9 billion to shareholders this year, through a mix of dividends and share buybacks, as the snacks and bevera(...)

India’s prime minister Narendra Modi and US president Barack Obama watch India’s Republic Day parade from behind rain-streaked bullet-proof glass  in New Delhi. Photograph:  Jim Bourg/Reuters

US president Barack Obama ended a landmark day in India on Monday with a pledge of $4 billion (€3.54 billion) in investments and loans, seeking to re(...)

Coca-Cola will cut as many as 1,800 jobs, or about 1 per cent of its global workforce.

Coca-Cola will cut as many as 1,800 jobs, or about 1 per cent of its global workforce, as the world’s largest beverage company reduces costs amid a s(...)

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker gives a press conference on Luxembourg leaks. He said said he had no involvement in the deals during his time as finance minister or premier of Luxembourg. Photo: EPA

The disclosure of thousands of pages of confidential documents on Luxembourg tax deals by The Irish Times and other members of the International Conso(...)

John Cahill, who will remain chairman of Kraft Foods Group, formerly worked at PepsiCo and served as chief executive of Pepsi Bottling Group.  Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Kraft Foods Group appointed chairman John Cahill as chief executive to succeed Tony Vernon, who has headed the company since it was spun off from Mond(...)

Michael Jeffries stirred controversy when he said Abercrombie’s clothes were not meant for “fat” people. Photograph: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

Abercrombie & Fitch Co chief executive Michael Jeffries, who transformed the logo-centric clothing retailer from a drab sports brand into a fashio(...)

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker gives a press conference a week after the Luxembourg leaks. Photograph: EPA/Olivier Hoslet

Luxembourg’s government was taken by “complete surprise” by the number of files in a report last week detailing hundreds of secret deals that allegedl(...)

The PwC office in Luxembourg: The leaked documents reviewed by ICIJ involve deals negotiated by PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the world’s largest accounting firms, on behalf of hundreds of corporate clients.

Pepsi, IKEA, FedEx and 340 other international companies have secured secret deals from Luxembourg, allowing many of them to slash their global tax bi(...)

The logo of Cadbury chocolate sits on display at the Bournville Cadbury factory, operated by Mondelez International in Birmingham. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Mondelez International, the owner of Cadbury and the maker of snacks such as Oreo cookies and Ritz crackers, topped third-quarter profit estimates an(...)

John Sculley, former CEO of  Apple (left) talks to David Carr of the New York Times on the Centre Stage of the Web Summit

Tom LyonsJohn Sculley, the former chief executive of Apple, has said that Ireland risks losing its “edge” if tax advantages for multinationals like th(...)