Yum! Brands

Employee Services Management Association awards company for week of sustainability training for its employees.
Delfield Company wins the top award at ceremony held in Louisville.
The company priced its cash tender offer to purchase up to $150 million of its 7.700 percent Senior Notes due July 1, 2012.
The 3rd Annual QSR Workforce Symposium held June 10-11 in Dallas will offer strategies on how to do so.
The offer is scheduled to expire at 11:59 p.m. EST on May 28.
The company made up for its U.S. losses with growth in China.
The company approved $0.19 per share of common stock.
Yum! is purchasing 20 percent interest in Little Sheep Group Limited, a 375-unit 'hot pot' chain.
Corporate Accountability International demands top fast food chains stop interfering with public health policy.
Yum! Brands was named one of the “100 Best Corporate Citizens."
Solar energy and a sophisticated lighting control system are among the Northampton store's many eco-friendly features.
Micky Pant will transition into the new role while maintaining his old one with Yum! Restaurants International.
The number of pizzas sold will be enough to cover more than 50 football fields.
Based on customer reaction to Tuscani Pastas, CEO Jon Prinsell says "the name might just stick."
Some cite use of JobApp Network as reason sales remain strong.
KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, Long John Silver's, and A&W to offer access to online fitness training.
April summit will host experts to address industry food safety issues.
Corporate responsibility is a must for Yum Brands.
Yum! has nearly quadrupled its quarterly dividend since the initiation of dividends in May 2004.
The company will cut its company-owned KFC and Pizza Hut stores from 20 percent to 10 percent.