New food-quality concerns in China will likely hurt Yum! Brands' KFC chain more than McDonald's.
After reporting revenue and earnings results that missed forecasts, shares of Yum! Brands have been tossed lower. Is now a great time to buy a wonderful business at a discount, or should the Foolish investor check out Chipotle or Panera for more stellar prospects?
Both Yum! Brands and industry rival McDonald’s are reporting lackluster performance in the U.S. lately, but opportunities for growth in emerging markets look remarkably exciting. Is the recent dip in Yum! Brands a buying opportunity for investors?
Both the REIT and the taco chain both began in the 1960s in California. In 1969, both companies met and an idea was proposed that launched Taco Bell into a nationwide success. Here is how it happened:
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A huge marketing push and another meal added to its offering -- and this is all that the Tex-Mex chain has to show for it?
Lackluster earnings signal there's more work the restaurant operator needs to do both here and abroad.
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The blue chips hit another record today as Time Warner jumped on a buyout offer. Yum! Brands, meanwhile, fell after its earnings report came out.
Yum! Brands reported quarterly results after the market closed that were slightly better than analyst estimates. Here’s what investors need to know.