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How 17 famous companies got their quirky names

Companies like Amazon, Pepsi, Ikea, and Skype have fascinating origin stories. Take a look at how they got their famous, quirky names.

We tested Pepsi’s new drink designed to win over millennials against the cult-classic beverage it emulates — and the winner was clear

PepsiCo is gearing up for war with LaCroix in an effort to take over the $1.2 billion sparkling-water industry. Here's how the two compare.

Pepsi is investing in a $1 billion part of its business to avoid the retail apocalypse that wrecked Sears and Macy’s

PepsiCo is investing in e-commerce to avoid the downward spiral that is dooming retailers like Sears and Macy's.
bubly can will have cutesy messages, such as "oh hi" on the tabs

Pepsi is copying a cult-favorite soda brand with a new drink — and it could be a $100 million win

Pepsi has a new drink that seems to be taking cues from the sparkling water brand LaCroix, which has quickly grown a cult following.
Fans are going crazy for Pepsi Co's Doritos/Mountain Dew commercial.

All the ads that ran during the Super Bowl, in order

Super Bowl commercials included ads from Doritos, Bud Light, and Wendy's.
Women don't like to lick their fingers as generously as men when eating chips, PepsiCo's CEO says.

CEO of Doritos parent company says it’s solving one of women’s least favorite things about eating the chips

The new Frito-Lay snacks will be designed and packaged differently for women, PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi said.
Cindy Crawford, in Pepsi's commercial.

Your definitive guide to all of the commercials airing during the Super Bowl

Here's everything we know about the commercials airing during the Super Bowl 2018.
The Tesla Semi has impressive features.

Tesla is now taking Semi orders in some European countries — here are all the companies buying the electric truck

Norway's Asko joins major US companies like Walmart, Anheuser-Busch, and Pepsi as the first customers for Tesla's Semi.
Avoid becoming a victim of your own success, said former Apple and Pepsi CEO John Sculley.

There’s a major dark side of success, according to the former CEO of Apple

Former Pepsi and Apple CEO John Sculley said institutions, companies, and people often risk becoming victims of their own success.
The phrase "noble cause" was thrown around quite a bit.

The former CEO of Apple describes a remarkable conversation between Steve Jobs and Bill Gates that changed the way he thought about business

John Sculley had only been CEO of Apple for a few months when he found himself sitting in an engineering lab with Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.