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Beth Kowitt


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Recent articles by Beth:

The Quest to Make Cow-Free Milk Takes A Big Step Forward

Startup Perfect Day is making milk proteins through the fermentation process. ADM will provide the manufacturing expertise and scale. → Read More

Job Postings of the Future: High EQ Wanted, Must Play Nice with Robots

The workforce of the future will need to know how to work alongside robots while also exhibiting a high level of emotional intelligence. → Read More

The Solution to Gender Equality in the C-Suite? Measuring Successes and Failures

RBC's Kathleen Taylor and Maryam Monsef, Canada's minister of status of women, discussed the issues that are keeping women out of the c-suite. → Read More

Exclusive: PepsiCo Acquires Snack Bar Brand Health Warrior, Betting on Plant-Based Superfoods

The deal is the first investment under PepsiCo’s The Hive. → Read More

Why Canada Is Taking More of a (Polite) Lead on the World Stage

Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland talks human rights and trade at the Fortune Global Forum. → Read More

Starbucks Is Brewing Up Massive Growth in China

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson said that accelerating growth in China, where it has partnerships with Alibaba and Tencent, is key to its future. → Read More

Why Boeing's CEO of Defense Takes Trump's Idea of a Space Force Seriously

Boeing's Leanne Caret commended the Trump Administration for bringing up the idea of a Space Force at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit. → Read More

Inside Fortune's 2018 Most Powerful Women in Business List

This is how Fortune's Most Powerful Women in Business list comes together. → Read More

Campbell Soup to Sell Fresh Food Business, Including Bolthouse Farms

The company will sell its Bolthouse Farms and Garden Fresh brands, unwinding a major initiative of former CEO Denise Morrison. → Read More

PepsiCo Is Acquiring SodaStream for $3.2 Billion

PepsiCo has agreed to acquire countertop carbonated water machine maker SodaStream for $3.2 billion as it tries to offer healthier products. → Read More

PepsiCo Is Creating a New Unit to Develop Smaller Brands

PepsiCo is creating a new unit called the Hive to help develop smaller brands to better compete amid a shifting food landscape. → Read More

Amazon's Latest for Whole Foods: Curbside Grocery Pickup

It's the e-commerce giant's next move in the grocery wars. → Read More

PepsiCo's Indra Nooyi Is 'Concerned' Her Departure Will Leave So Few Female CEOs

There will only be 24 women running Fortune 500 companies. → Read More

Starbucks Imports an Upscale Italian Bakery to Combat a Slowing U.S. Market

Starbucks has opened the first standalone Italian Princi bakery in the U.S. in Seattle as part of its upscale retail strategy. → Read More

The Latest Female CEO in the Fortune 500 Breaks a New Barrier

Land O'Lakes' Beth Ford becomes the 25th female CEO in the Fortune 500. → Read More

How Panera Got Its Customers to Cut Back on Soda

Panera's soda sales have declined 19% after the chain started labeling added sugars and introduced new beverages with less sugar. → Read More

Impossible Foods' FDA Win Moves Its 'Bloody' Plant Burger Closer to the Mainstream

Impossible Burger, maker of plant-based meat, gets FDA approval for the substance that makes their burger "bleed." → Read More

Tips from Top Marketers on Balancing Data and Intuition

Chief marketing officers shared their secrets at Brainstorm Tech. → Read More

Why Booking Invested in Chinese Ride-Hailing Company Didi CEO Gillian explained why her parent company Booking Holdings invested $500 million in Chinese ride-hailing company Didi. → Read More

How WeWork and Slack Are Scaling Up

Chief product officers for Slack and WeWork discussed how their companies are scaling up at Fortune Brainstorm Tech on Monday. → Read More