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A look at the most-recent financial reports from the top quick-serve brands.
Each of the Freshside Grille offerings has 10 or fewer grams of fat, zero trans fats, and no more than 150 calories.
Roy Williams issued a challenge to players in three other cities to see who could raise the most money for hunger relief.
The solution can be deployed across company-owned and franchisee-owned locations.
The chain is offering to donate $20,000 to world hunger relief efforts if anyone mentions the pressing issue during Tuesday's nationally televised presidential debate.
The Clinton Global Initiative announced today that the company will donate to the World Food Programme to provide 200 million meals for children abroad.
Yum! Brands recognized in BLACK ENTERPRISE's ''40 Best Companies for Diversity.''
The Economic Times’ (India) names Pizza Hut as the “Most Trusted Food Service Brand” in India.
Yum! Brands Inc. announces the appointment of Roger Eaton as president of KFC USA.
As part of the marketing initiative, KFC will launch a "Taste the Game" campaign, which will include a new box meal to coincide with the 2008 NBA Playoffs.
Now vice chairman of the board of directors, Su will retain his position as president of YUM!'s China division.
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.
This authorization is part of the company’s overall share-repurchase plan, announced on October 8, 2007, to buy back a total of up to $4 billion of the company’s outstanding common stock over a two-year period.
Yum! Brands, Inc. today announced the appointment of Roger Eaton as Chief Operating and Development Officer-Designate
Yum! Brands and McDonald's agreements with the Florida Tomato Growers Exchange are now considered moot.
Called “World Hunger Relief Week,” the program supports the United Nations World Food Programme. During October 14-20, 35,000 restaurants located in 112 countries will be participating in some way.
Yum! Brands Inc. reports EPS growth of 20 percent or $0.50 per share.
Fast-food giant Yum Brands Inc. said Wednesday that its second-quarter profit rose by 12 percent, beating Wall Street projections.
New York City restaurant shown in recent rat video will stay closed indefinitely.
Yum! Brands Inc. is reporting a first-quarter EPS growth of 19 percent or $0.70 per share and raising its full-year forecast. International growth is credited.