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KFC owner Yum profits boosted by China sales
International Business Times UK

Digital Ordering Moves Mobile Sales Ahead in Quick-Serve Resta...

The times they are a-changin'. Yum! Brands, the parent company of Taco Bell, KFC, and Pizza Hut, recently announced that digital ordering now makes up almost 50% of their total delivery and carryout sales in the U.S. With more people moving to ... Compare Cellular, 1 month ago
Pizza Hut loses CEO—to its parent Restaurant Business Magazine, 1 month ago

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Profits rise 8 per cent for Yum Brands

Yum Brands says its profit rose 8 per cent in the first quarter as the parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell saw sales improve in the embattled China unit it plans to spin off. The company said on Wednesday sales rose 6 per cent for ...
 Sky News Australia1 month ago Yum Brands beats 1Q profit forecasts  Northern Territory News1 month ago

Stock Update (NYSE:YUM): Yum! Brands, Inc. Prices $2.3 Billion Securitized Financing Facility

[Business Wire] Yum! Brands, Inc. , the parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, today announced that it and certain affiliates have entered into a purchase agreement under which a special purpose subsidiary of Taco Bell has agreed to issue ...
 Pettinga Financial Advisors3 weeks ago YUM! BRANDS, INC. : Prices $2.3 Billion Securitized Financing Facility  4 Traders3 weeks ago Yum! Brands, Inc. Prices $2.3 Billion Securitized Financing Facility  Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago 3 Stocks to Watch on Thursday: Mattel, Inc. (MAT), Qualcomm, Inc. (QCOM) and Yum! Brands, Inc. (YUM)  Nasdaq1 month ago

As KFC Rebrands, It Can't Ignore Antibiotics

KFC's public image is at a crossroads. Last month, the company launched a major rebranding effort that attempts to harken back to its roots—publicly recommitting to the standards it announced when it opened its doors in 1952. And at last ...
 NRDC Worldview6 days ago KFC makes big move in comeback attempt  AOL.com1 month ago KFC is taking dramatic steps to keep up with Chick-fil-A  Business Insider1 month ago KFC is fixing a major mistake to compete with Chick-fil-A  Yahoo! Finance1 month ago

Yum! Brands Shares Jump on Strength in China

It was all about pizza and chicken for Yum! Brands (YUM - Get Report) in the first quarter. Yum! Brands, the parent company of fast-food brands Pizza Hut, KFC and Taco Bell, reported first-quarter earnings after the close on Wednesday of 95 cents ...
 TheStreet.com1 month ago Notable Earnings: Citrix Systems (CTXS), F5 Networks (FFIV), Las Vegas Sands (LVS), Yum! Brands (YUM)  Wall Street Pit1 month ago Here's a Reason Why Yum! Brands (YUM) Stock Closed Down Today  TheStreet.com1 month ago Recognition is the secret weapon every leader must use: Yum Brands chief  CNBC2 weeks ago

Hardee's to open 124 units in Ohio, Flordia

CKE Restaurants Holdings Inc, parent company of Carl's Jr. and Hardee's restaurant chains, has signed a domestic franchise development deal with Pavilion Restaurant Group, an affiliate of Pavilion Development Company, according to a company press ...
 QSR Web1 month ago CKE Restaurants Signs Impressive Domestic Franchise Development Deal with Pavilion Restaurant Group  BioSpace1 month ago CKE Restaurants Signs Domestic Franchise Development Deal with Pavilion Restaurant Group  Restaurant News Resource1 month ago

The 11 most horrendous beauty products made by food and toy brands

KFC KFC edible nail polish. Companies will do almost anything to get noticed ahead of their competitors. Sometimesthey go as far as using their hard-earned brands to front horrendous novelty beauty products. This week, for example, KFC ...
 Business Insider Malaysia3 weeks ago
Agron Food Processing

Bid to buy majority stake of Kuwait's top food company, Americana,- failed

Our Bureau, New Delhi | A bid to purchase a majority stake of Kuwait's top food company, Americana, has failed as no final agreement was reached. Established in 1964, Americana, or Kuwait Food Company, is the parent group that brought to the ...
 Agron Food Processing1 day ago Bid to sell Kuwait's top food firm fails: company  Times of India2 days ago Bid to sell top food firm fails  Arab News1 day ago Bid for Kuwait food firm ends  Global Times2 days ago

Saskatchewan premier gets finger-lickin' good news on Weyburn KFC buffet

City residents worried fast-food restaurant would close its popular buffet When it came time to defend the KFC buffet in Weyburn, Sask., the premier did not turn chicken. Brad Wall went on Twitter Tuesday to lend support to a grassroots campaign to ...
 CBC6 days ago KFC deletes racy ad after landing in hot water  AOL.com1 month ago KFC is going through re-Colonelization  MSN Canada1 month ago KFC Is Going Through 'Re-Colonelization'  Fortune1 month ago

KFC admits it's been making the same mistake for decades —and now it has a plan to beat Chick-fil-A

(Flickr/Karl Baron) One year after KFC brought back Colonel Sanders, business is better than it has been for years. However, the chain needs to accomplish one thing if it wants to truly come back: convince Americans to trust its food. "In the ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland1 week ago KFC says it has been making the same mistake for decades -but now it has a plan to beat Chick-fil-A  Business Insider UK1 week ago
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