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Ramon Laguarta, a 22-year veteran of the company, will assume the role in October.
PepsiCo’s CEO said men enjoy licking Dorito dust off their fingers with “great glee,” but women don’t. Oh, and that women "don’t like to crunch too loudly in public."
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"Sports help women network."
The women make more!
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As the controversies rage on, the NFL appears rudderless, hardly inspiring confidence in Goodell or his leadership principles. I'm sure he's a decent guy, who loves football, and keeps his word, but Goodell's biggest problem is that he's acted like a bad politician, lacking in principles.