After repeated ingredient quality scandals in China, the restaurant operator's chicken chain posted strong comparable sales gains.
Here's some background on the companies, as well as a look at what to expect.
When customers have a multitude of choices, restaurants have to get it right every time.
With both stocks crushing the market's return this year, investors might have their eyes on these two fast-food operators. But which stock offers more value?
The fast food juggernaut's Taco Bell chain launched a promising new breakfast initiative.
The fast-growing burger chain finds its stock a lot pricier than the parent company of Taco Bell, KFC, and Pizza Hut, but there's a reason for that.
Just when you thought it was getting out of the country, it's going back in.
A new dollar menu could challenge the burger joint's morning dominance
The scrappy Yum! Brands division reloads to take breakfast market share from its quick-service rivals.
Yum! Brands broadens the value-priced offerings for its Taco Bell breakfast menu.