Yum! Brands

Institutional Investor magazine has named Yum Brands Inc. chairman and CEO David Novak among the "Best CEOs in America."
Greg Creed will replace Dave Deno as Yum! Brands, Inc.’s chief operating officer and lead a team dedicated to making Taco Bell a global brand
Yum Brands Inc. has authorized the repurchase of up to $500 million of the company's common stock.
Yum Brands Inc., which operates fast-food restaurant brands KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, on Monday said U.S. same-store sales grew 6 percent for the period ended Oct. 29, at locations open at least one year, the Associated Press reports today.
For the third consecutive year, Yum! Brands, Inc. has been named one of FORTUNE magazine's "Top 50 Employers for Minorities."
Yum Brands Inc., owner of the KFC brand, and Rostik Restaurants Ltd., owner of a Russian chicken restaurant chain, have formed a partnership to develop fast-food restaurants in Russia, according to a news release.
Black Enterprise magazine recognized the level of minority representation at Yum! in categories including procurement, senior management, and total workforce diversity.y
Yum!’s international division sales increased 6 percent, though system sales in China fell 5 percent versus 2004.
After successful five-month transition, Rick Carucci officially new CFO.
International growth still outshines the U.S.
Beginning January 1, a receipt from Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC, Long John Silver’s, or A&W will earn customers a free four-week membership to Bally’s.
Yum! Brands today announced the appointment of David Deno, 47, as Chief Operating Officer, reporting to Chairman and CEO David Novak. Deno replaces Aylwin Lewis, who has resigned to become President and CEO of KMart Department Stores.
The unit will be built in a 6,000 square foot KFC 2n1 prototype building along Interstate Highway 44 in Marshfield, Missouri.
Back Yard Burgers today announced that the company and YUM! Brands have terminated discussions on a future multi-brand relationship between the two companies.
Pizza Hut/WingStreet combos will be the focus of multibrand expansion for Yum! in 2004.
The world's largest restaurant company appoints Peter Bassi as chairman of Yum! Restaurants International and promotes Graham Allan to president.
In the current climate of obesity awareness, Yum! Brands, parent company of KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, A&W, and Long John Silver's, has created a new corporate role: chief scientific, health, and regulatory affairs officer.
Hit worst of all was KFC, where sales fell by 6 percent during the period ending January 25
A December same-store sales slump at Pizza Hut and KFC ends the quarter for Yum!
Twelve-year veteran of Yum! will take over from Michael Rawlings.