Hundreds of workers at the Frito-Lay plant in Topeka, Kansas are striking for the first time.
Now seemed like the time to drop the racist stereotypes.
The multinational company, which was demanding damages of over 10 million from four farmers in India, gave in to public pressure and offered to settle.
At long last—chips that ladies can eat, too!
It might sound like an exaggeration to compare the big soda companies to corporations like Philip Morris, but a recent lawsuit is alleging just that.
After 125 years of providing children (and adults) with tangible surprises, the good folks at Frito-Lay have decided to keep up with the times and provide consumers with what they call the Prize Inside Mobile Experience.
The guys behind the statue of Edward Snowden that briefly resided in a Brooklyn Park have a new politically-charged art project.
Leaked Documents Show Hundreds of Companies Like IKEA, FedEx, and Amazon are Dodging Tax in Luxembourg
A new investigation shows some of the biggest corporations in the world are avoiding hundreds of billions of dollars of tax by channeling funds through Luxembourg.