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Pepsi reported sales of nearly $1 billion in 2013, $1.5 billion in 2012 and $1 billion in 2011.
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Pepsi, which reported revenues of $12.7 billion in 2014, recently 바카라said it expected to reach $14.9 billion in 2015. That amounts to an annual average loss of more than $200 million, making the company’s 2015 profit forecast a disappointment.
Analysts and investors were taken aback last year by바카라사이트 Pepsi’s decision to pay a price for the health scare that led to the recall of 1 million cans of Mountain Dew, but the maker of Mountain Dew made good on its promise to pay a premium for the health-insurance mandate and other health measures in the mandate. In February, the company said it expected to pay for all health-rel더킹카지노ated expenses, including for the cost of its health-insurance mandate.
Pepsi will receive a $250 million advance in the 2014 fiscal year, as part of what is known as an exit-fee agreement under which the company will pay companies like Wal-Mart to cover any costs the health law does not cover.
The company has a contract to cover up to $3 billion in cost-sharing that it says may increase over time as it negotiates with insurers and pharmaceutical giants.
“We feel very confident in our commitment to deliver a solid and sustainable healthcare future that ensures everyone can expect top-notch and affordable health coverage, and the company will remain focused on growth across its portfolio of products,” said Jeff Dorschke, chief financial officer. “This agreement with the health-insurance mandate agreement and the impact that the mandate will have on our earnings outlook is going to be one of the many reasons we are able to increase expenses by approximately $1 billion per year.”
The company, which has about 90,000 restaurants in the United States, expects to create about 2,000 new jobs in fiscal 2015 as part of the health-insurance requirements, and about 600 additional jobs, or more than half, in the U.S. if the new mandate is enforced to the full, according to the company.
While the cost of coverage was $20 billion in 2010, the company estimates that cost