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Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo
Since 2006, Nooyi has been the CEO of PepsiCo, the largest U.S. company to be headed by a woman. Since then, she has become a celebrity in India, especially for women aspiring for business success. In India, where Coke has managed to close in on Pepsi's decades-long lead, Pepsi has diversified its product line-up. And in an on-again, off-again controversy about pesticide content in bottled soft drinks in India, having an Indian CEO to plead its case gives Pepsi a slight edge over its archrival.