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STRONG sales across KFC stores has pushed Collins Foods (ASX:CKF) back in the black with a full-year profit of $29.1 million. The result compares to a loss of $10.4 million a year earlier, with the Brisbane-based company's revenue also up at $574.3 ... Gold Coast Business News, 4 weeks ago
Collins Foods back in the black Special Broadcasting Service, 4 weeks ago
KFC lifts Collins Foods to $29.1m profit Yahoo! Xtra Business, 4 weeks ago

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How Kentucky Fried Chicken Learned To Embrace The Colonel--And Their Full Name

Stop us if you've heard this one before: KFC changed its name from Kentucky Fried Chicken because, legally, they can't describe the product they sell— made up of mutant, eight-legged birds without feathers !—as "chicken." The company's chief ...
 Fast Company1 month ago

KFC keeps you and your smartphone full

Share this: KFC in India has launched its 5-in-1 Watt a box meal box, which is a lot different than what you are usually used to.Out of the box, aside from your usual chicken meal and soft drink, there is a removable battery pack fitted right ...
 Mobile88.com1 month ago Interview: KFC creative design manager Jade Swaby on smaller urban branches  Retail Design World1 month ago ​An Experience Behind The Scenes At KFC weeks ago KFC box charges your phone while you chomp on chicken  MSN Canada1 month ago
Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland

Yum Brands jumps after beating on earnings and raising guidance

(REUTERS/Wilson Chu) Yum Brands reported second-quarter earnings that topped forecasts and raised its expectation for full-year profits after the market close on Wednesday. Yum Brands reported $0.75 in adjusted earnings per share ($0.74 ...
 Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland1 week ago Yum Brands jumps after raising earnings guidance  Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago Yum Brands beats on earnings, raises guidance  Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland2 weeks ago
Investor's Business Daily

Yum Brands Shares Rally On Q2 Earnings Beat, Raised Outlook

Yum Brands ( YUM ), parent of Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and KFC, beat second-quarter earnings forecasts late Wednesday and lifted its full-year forecast. The fast-food giant's adjusted earnings per share climbed 9% to 75 cents, beating analyst ...
 Investor's Business Daily2 weeks ago Yum! Brands, Inc.: YUM Stock Looks Finger-Licking Good on China Headway  Nasdaq1 week ago Yum! Brands, Inc. (YUM) Stock in Need of a Push  Nasdaq2 weeks ago Is Yum! Brands, Inc. China Business Crisis Finally Coming to...  ChinaBusinessNews.com1 week ago

Here's Why Shares in KFC's Owner Are Bubbling Up

Yum Brands on Wednesday said its China business was gaining strength, sending shares of the KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut brands owner higher as it prepared to spin off the key Chinese unit in the autumn. Investors had worried about the ...
 Fortune1 week ago Yum shares up on China momentum  China Economic Review1 week ago Parent of Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut tops 2Q profit forecasts  Equities.com1 week ago Yum Brands : shares rise after CEO signals China momentum  4 Traders2 weeks ago

Yum Brands raises profits outlook ahead of China spin-off

14 July 2016 From the section Business Image copyright AFP Yum Brands, parent company of fast-food chains KFC and Pizza Hut has reported sales of $3bn (£2.3bn) for the second quarter of 2016. The firm raised its outlook for the full year, ...
 BBC1 week ago Yum raises outlook on perky China sales  Malaysia MSN1 week ago

KFC offering all-you-can-eat fried chicken in Japan every Wednesday starting in mid-summer

TOKYO — If youre a fried chicken fan in Japan, September 9 is sort of like Christmas. Not only is it the birthday of Kentucky Fried Chicken founder Colonel Sanders, but it's also a day of great celebration, as select KFC branches offer ...
 Japan Today2 weeks ago Where to find deals for National Fried Chicken Day  AOL.com3 weeks ago Getting Creative with Chicken  Convenience Store Decisions1 month ago Playing Chicken  Before It's News1 month ago

'Malaise in the US' challenges Yum! Brands

- by Monica Watrous KFC marked its eighth consecutive quarter of same-store sales growth in the US behind the strength of recent promotions, such as Extra Crispy chicken. LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Yum! Brands, Inc. executives hope to drive ...
 MeatPoultry.com1 week ago Yum! challenged by 'malaise in the U.S.'  Food Business News1 week ago
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Yum! Brands Reports Second-Quarter GAAP Operating Profit Growth of 32%

Delivered Core Operating Profit Growth of 7%; Raises Full-Year Core Operating Profit Growth Guidance to At Least 14% Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM) today reported results for the second quarter ended June 11, 2016, including GAAP EPS of $0.81 ...
 Restaurant News Resource1 week ago Stock Update (NYSE:YUM): Yum! Brands, Inc. Announces Pricing of Notes Offering  BioSpace1 month ago Yum's Guidance Increase Makes Up For Weak Q2 Sales, Says BTIG  Benzinga.com1 week ago Yum Brands higher after narrow profit beat, guidance lift  Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago
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