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Longtime Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi Steps Down

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Indra Nooyi , who has been CEO of PepsiCo since 2006, announced August 6 that she is stepping down. In her 24 years at PepsiCo, she helped introduce more healthy products to the company's food and drink portfolio. Nooyi was born in Chennai, India, and moved to the US in 1978 when she entered the Yale School of Management.

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