US: PepsiCo to cut 8,700 jobs to "drive growth"

By Michelle Russell | 9 February 2012

PepsiCo is to cut around 8,700 jobs as part of a wider strategy to cut costs and "drive growth" across the business.

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PepsiCo is to cut around 8,700 jobs as part of a wider strategy to cut costs and "drive growth" across the business.

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