When asked why women fail to reach the top echelons of management, Indra Nooyi said that the only way up was to prove your mettle.
When Nooyi took over as CEO of PepsiCo, one of her pivotal - and controversial -- ideas was to steer the company toward healthier products, reinvent its environmental profile.
PepsiCo had sued the nine farmers of Sabarkantha and Aravalli districts of north Gujarat for allegedly growing the FL2027 or FC5 variety of potatoes.
Food and beverages giant PepsiCo Friday offered to settle lawsuits against four farmers whom it had dragged to court for "illegally" growing a variety of potatoes "registered" by the company.
Nine farmers from Sabarkantha and Aravalli districts have been dragged to court by PepsiCo for allegedly growing a variety of potatoes for which it has claimed PVP rights.
As Nooyi steps down, Onmanorama takes a look at her time in PepsiCo and presents a visual report on the declining number of women at the helm of corporate giants.