Leibovitz photo fronts memoir by business leader Indra Nooyi
Books Indra Nooyi This cover image released by Portfolio Books shows "My Life in Full: Work, Family and Our Future," a memoir by Indra Nooyi, scheduled for release on Sept. 28. (Annie Leibovitz/Porfolio Books via AP) (Annie Leibovitz)NEW YORK — (AP) — After decades of photographing rock stars, movie stars and heads of state, Annie Leibovitz has added a business leader to her portfolio: Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi. Leibovitz's shot of a stylish but relatively casual Nooyi, wearing a dark sweater and pants, will appear on the cover of Nooyi's memoir “My Life in Full,” scheduled to come out Sept. 28. “It is not so much that Indra is a CEO but it is who she is," Leibovitz said in a statement Wednesday. Indra has paved the way for so many women in business.wftv.com
Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi has memoir out in September
FILE - Indra Nooyi participates in an event on Oct. 9, 2018, in New York. The former PepsiCo CEO has a memoir titled "My Life in Full: Work, Family and Our Future" coming out Sept. 28, 2021. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig, File)NEW YORK – Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi has a memoir coming out this fall that her publisher is calling an “unvarnished take" on her rise to becoming one of the world's most powerful women. “My Life in Full: Work, Family and Our Future" will be published Sept. 28, Portfolio Books announced Monday. She worked at PepsiCo for 24 years, 12 of them as CEO, before stepping down in 2018.
Michelle Obama hooked on knitting, thinking about retirement
FILE - In this May 11, 2019, file photo, former first lady Michelle Obama speaks during an appearance in Atlanta. Obama and soccer star Mia Hamm are among those chosen for the 2021 National Women's Hall of Fame class announced Monday, March 8, 2021. (Photo by Paul R. Giunta/Invision/AP, File)WASHINGTON – Michelle Obama is knitting and thinking about retiring from public life. The former first lady says in a new People magazine interview that she picked up knitting needles to pass time during the coronavirus pandemic. Her new Netflix children’s food show, “Waffles + Mochi,” premieres Tuesday, and the Obama Presidential Center is under construction in Chicago.
Michelle Obama, Mia Hamm among 9 chosen for Women's HOF
FILE - In this May 11, 2019, file photo, former first lady Michelle Obama speaks during an appearance in Atlanta. Obama and soccer star Mia Hamm are among those chosen for the 2021 National Women's Hall of Fame class announced Monday, March 8, 2021. The Women's Hall of Fame induction ceremony is scheduled for Oct. 2, 2021. (Photo by Paul R. Giunta/Invision/AP, File)SENECA FALLS, N.Y. – Former first lady Michelle Obama and soccer star Mia Hamm have been chosen for the National Women's Hall of Fame as part of a Class of 2021 announced Monday that also includes former PepsiCo Chief Executive Indra Nooyi and retired Brig. The National Women's Hall of Fame inducts a new class every other year in Seneca Falls, the site of the first women's rights convention.
Indra Nooyi: No economy can succeed without tapping the 'incredible potential of women'
As economies move into a new phase of growth, the next 20 years will be "the decades of women," says former PepsiCo Chief Executive Indra Nooyi. "I don't believe there's any economy in the world that can be successful without tapping into the incredible potential of women going forward. I just don't believe that's possible," said Nooyi, a regular fixture among the ranks of the world's most powerful women. "I also think almost every economy in the world needs women to have children too, because we need the replacement rate for the world," she continued. They need us for the economy, they need us to have kids, and we put in all the unpaid labor so far.cnbc.com
Indra Nooyi has advice for stamping out workplace bias
Indra Nooyi knows what it's like to be the outsider at work. As an Indian woman who kickstarted her career in 1980's corporate America, she had to fight for years to make herself seen before famously taking the helm as PepsiCo's first female CEO in 2006. "I worked harder than anyone else ... so that people didn't look at me as a woman, a woman of color, an immigrant," the 63-year-old said recently at Women's Forum Asia in Singapore. Women and minorities are now better represented in universities and workplaces, and many companies say they are striving for greater diversity and inclusion. But there remains a long way to go, continued Nooyi, who called on fellow business leaders to take a more active role in forwarding progress.cnbc.com