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  1. Alfred Nu Steele (April 24, 1901 – April 19, 1959) was an American soft drink businessman most known for being the president and later chairman of the board of Pepsi-Cola Company from 1950 until his sudden death in 1959.

  2. Alfred Nu Steele (Nashville, Tennessee; 24 de abril de 1900 - Nueva York; 19 de abril de 1959), fue un hombre de negocios estadounidense famoso por ser director ejecutivo de Pepsi. Vida y carrera. Se graduó en la Universidad del Noroeste de Illinois en 1923, donde jugó al fútbol y se convirtió en ejecutivo de publicidad.

  3. In 1950 Alfred N. Steele (1901–59), a former vice president of the Coca-Cola Company and the husband of actress Joan Crawford, became chief executive officer. His emphasis on giant advertising campaigns and sales promotions increased Pepsi-Cola’s net earnings 11-fold during the 1950s and made it the chief…

  4. Arriving at Pepsi after defecting from an alienating position at Coca-Cola, Steele immediately began a highly involved rehabilitation process at the battered soft drink maker. Steele installed a more autonomous management structure, instituted an extensive advertising campaign that helped Pepsi grow out of its “poor man’s cola” image, and ...

  5. 22 de dic. de 2021 · Alfred Nu Steele (24 de abril de 1900 - 19 de abril de 1959) fue un empresario de refrescos estadounidense. Se graduó en la Northwestern University en 1923, donde jugó al fútbol, y se convirtió en ejecutivo de publicidad. Trabajó por primera vez para The Coca-Cola Company, como vicepresidente de marketing.Más tarde, en 1949, se

  6. 5 de mar. de 2017 · Both Steele and Crawford were smart beyond their years, especially when it came to success. And, after Steele's death in 1959, Crawford used her business savvy to focus on her late-husband's ...

  7. › post › pepsico-ceoPepsiCo CEO History

    LIST OF PEPSICO CEOS. ‍. Caleb Bradham (founded Pepsi in 1898, led company until bankruptcy in 1923) Charles Guth (acquired Pepsi in 1931, led as president of Loft Inc. which owned Pepsi in the 1930s/40s) Alfred Steele (served in the 1950s) Donald M. Kendall (served from the 1960s to 1986) Wayne Calloway (served from 1986 to 1996)