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  • The market may systematically undervalue the lowest paid workers as well as overvalue the highest paid workers (would Enron have been any worse off if Ken Lay's compensation was 20% less than what it was?).

    The Minimum Wage, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • PepsiCo, which also makes Lay's potato chips and Quaker oatmeal, confirmed Thursday it is studying possible payroll cuts but declined to say how many jobs are in jeopardy.

    PepsiCo Weighs Job Cuts

  • It hurts my eyes to look at the rainbows and unicorns, but it's like the Lay's potato chip of videogames -- no one can play just one level.

    Kings and Kings

  • The bulk of PepsiCo's $60 billion in annual revenue still comes from products such as Pepsi-Cola and Lay's potato chips that the company describes as fun for you.''

    PepsiCo's Health Push

  • Indra Nooyi The maker of Lay's potato chips and Pepsi-Cola is closing in on a joint venture with German dairy company Theo Müller Group that would give it a foothold in the fast-growing U.S. yogurt market, according to people briefed on the matter.

    PepsiCo Nears U.S. Yogurt Deal

  • In contrast, Ms. Nooyi's dalliance with gazpacho may improve her personal brand with the Davos set, but it means nothing to customers who don't associate Pepsi in any case with the company's Lay's potato chips or Fritos corn chips.

    What Pepsi Can Learn From McDonald's

  • PepsiCo, the maker of Lay's potato chips and Pepsi-Cola, was closing in on a joint venture with German dairy company Theo Müller Group that would give PepsiCo a foothold in the fast-growing U.S. yogurt market, people briefed on the matter said last month.

    PepsiCo to Buy Brazilian Cookie Maker

  • The microwaves were large at first, sold only to cruise ships and to Lay's, which used the new technology to dry its potato chips in seconds.

    Spoils of War

  • But Bush's Federal Regulators (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, FERC) actually wanted to appoint Ken Lay, (Enron's Head) to the FERC board, but later settled on Lay's handpicked cronies.

    Franklin D. Roosevelt on my mind (Blog for Democracy)

  • The ban from the Moonrakers ended only the night before, confirmed landlord Jerry Kunkler, and Lay's nose injury was testament to the fact: he fell into a wall on his way home.

    At home in Jerusalem: Micky Lay, the real-life rebel behind the role that wowed Broadway

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