On the move: Compton exit sparks PepsiCo successor talk

By Michelle Russell and Andy Morton | 12 September 2012

The announcement that PepsiCo's president John Compton is to leave the group after less than eight months in the role has sparked fresh speculation over who will succeed Indra Nooyi as CEO.

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The announcement that PepsiCo's president John Compton is to leave the group after less than eight months in the role has sparked fresh speculation over who will succeed Indra Nooyi as CEO.

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