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Kelsey McLaughlin

on 2 March 2011

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Transcript of PepsiCo

PepsiCo Kelsey McLaughlin
Alexandar Burge
Rachel Micheal
Clarissa Brownfeild Consider the efforts that PepsiCo has taken to restore its trustworthiness in India. Do those efforts align with PepsiCo's responsibility to its shareholders, or do they conflict with that responsibility? If a similar event occurs in another PepsiCo market, how should the company handle it? Does a multinational company have an obligation to treat consumers and employees more ethically than the native campanies in that region do? PepsiCo responsibility is to continually improve all aspects of the world in which we operate- environment, social, economic- creating a better tomorrow than today. * Shareholders concern are with reputation
* Short term profits vs. long term profits
* Holding press conferences in New Delhi
* Gaining trust in India by constructing water pumps in the village
* Reducing the amount water they take from 35 liters per two dozen bottles to 8.6.
* comparing chemical levels in soda are much lower than chemical levels in milk *Handle issues with caution
*reanalyze products
*environmental friendly
-solar power
-encouraging customers to recycle * most impact on society
* role models
* obligations to act more ethical
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