Pepsi’s Indian subsidiary is withdrawing lawsuits against four Indian potato farmers in the Indian state of Gujarat who they claimed were violating the company’s rights over a type of potato it uses in manufacturing Lay’s potato chips. The lawsuit filed last month sought payments of 10 million rupees ($143,000) from each of the four small farmers who all operate on a few acres. Pepsi reports nearly $65 billion in international food & beverage revenue. There’s no accounting for capitalist greed.