Steven S. Reinemund
Reinemund in 2018
Steven S. Reinemund
April 6, 1948
|Education||U.S. Naval Academy (B.S.)|
University of Virginia (M.B.A.)
|Employer||Wake Forest University|
Salary - $1,000,000
Bonus - $4,500,000
Stock Gains - $8,132,000
Other - $176,000
Total - $13,808,000
|Board member of||Cooper Institute 2003-Present|
Johnson & Johnson 2003-2007
American Express 2007-2015
Marriott International 2007-Present
|Spouse(s)||Gail T. Reinemund|
Steven S. Reinemund (born chairman and CEO of PepsiCo between 2001 and 2006 and dean of the Schools of Business at Wake Forest University between 2008 and 2014. Reinemund spent 22 years working for PepsiCo in various capacities. During his CEO tenure at PepsiCo, revenues grew by $9 billion, net income rose 70%, earnings per share were up 80% and PepsiCo's market cap exceeded $100 billion. He led the acquisitions of several other food and beverage companies including Quaker Oats, Naked Juice, Izze and Stacy's Chips.April 6, 1948) is an American business man who was
Reinemund is a former Captain, serving for five years in the United States Marine Corps after he graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1970. Part of his five years in the military, Reinemund served as a guard at the White House during the administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
In 1984, Reinemund joined PepsiCo's Pizza Hut division (subsequently divested) as the Senior Vice President of Operations. Two years later, he was named President & CEO of Pizza Hut in North America where he introduced home-delivery as a distribution method, overtaking market share of rival Domino's Pizza within 2 years. In 1991, Reinemund assumed the role of president and CEO of Pizza Hut Worldwide. Reinemund then moved to PepsiCo's Frito-Lay division in 1992, serving as president and CEO for seven years before being promoted to the position of PepsiCo president and COO in 1999. In 2001 the board of PepsiCo named Reinemund chairman and CEO.
In each of his last two full years as CEO of PepsiCo., Reinemund was paid a base salary of $1 million and an annual bonus of $4.5 million.
On June 30, 2014 Reinemund stepped down as Dean of the Business, electing to remain with the university as Executive-in-Residence.
In 2003, Reinemund was elected to the boards of Johnson & Johnson and the Cooper Institute. He was named to the Board of Trustees at Furman University effective July 2012. Reinemund also serves on the board of the U.S. Naval Academy Foundation. and served on the advisory board of the Salvation Army.
In 2007, as he was preparing to retire from Pepsi, Reinemund joined the corporate boards of American Express, Marriott International, and ExxonMobil. Three years later he joined the Walmart board. In 2010, according to the companies' proxy statements, he was paid $927,318 to serve on these boards.
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- "FY 2010 Marriott International proxy statement". Archived from the original on 2013-01-16.
- "FY 2011 Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. proxy statement". Archived from the original on 2013-01-16.
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| Chairman & CEO of PepsiCo
2001 – 2006