KFC

According to the 2008 BrandZ Top 100 Most Powerful Brands, the industry category continues to be one of the fastest growing in terms of brand value growth, rising by 27 percent over last year.
As the No. 1 POS provider in Europe, Wincor Nixdorf is probably the biggest technology solutions company that you've never heard of. Tad Shepperd, the company's vice president of U.S. retail, is ready to change that.
The non-profit foundation will award 100 scholarships worth up to $20,000.
In order to promote its newest menu item, the hot wings, KFC is cooking up a big-dollar philanthropic offer for this year’s Super Bowl
The chicken quick-service will launch a high-tech ad campaign to introduce its new Triple Dip Strips to New Yorkers.
Wendy's and Panera Bread Co. are voted most popular.
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit brought by a doctor who accused KFC of not telling customers that it used trans fats to fry its chicken.
KFC's fried chicken buckets soon will be stamped with a health message along with the famous likeness of its founder, Colonel Harland Sanders.
KFC makes noise with new interactive TV advertising.
Amid allegations that McDonald’s and KFC restaurants in China have been underpaying employees, the two fast food companies are expected to allow the establishment of labor unions,
Chinese labor officials are investigating both companies on claims that they underpay part-time workers in Guangdong.
The agreement between Brazil Fast Food and Yum! Brands was announced today.
Consumers rank KFC Famous Bowls as the Most Memorable New Product Launch of 2006.
Yum! Brands President says company will cooperate with New York City health officials.
New Fish Snacker offers modern take on 'loaves and fishes' for today's lenten observers.
News footage of the rats makes its way to the Internet as Yum Brand shares fall 1 percent.
Michigan Rep. Lee Gonzales announces a plan to phase out trans fats by July 2008.
KFC’s new re-imaging campaign has brought about great change for its restaurant logo design and advertising tactics.
The chain's U.S. will switch to low linolenic soybean oil, a zero trans fat cooking oil, by April 2007.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest and the Washington, DC, law firm of Heideman Nudelman & Kalik, P.C., filed suit against KFC over its use of partially hydrogenated oil.