The pizza joint is expanding its program to 1,000 locations by January.
News & Analysis: Yum! Brands
Big food chains are an overwhelmingly American affair and a big brand export. That makes restaurant stocks a popular investment choice as well.
The company's Pizza Hut and KFC brands have done well with food stunts.
The companies that dominate this massive restaurant niche are investor favorites.
YUM! Brands is making some bold decisions that could pay off in the long run.
It is converting some of its sit-down restaurants into carryout-delivery stores.
The restaurant chain operator will start 2020 with a new leader, while Verizon unloads one of its well-known internet assets.
YUM earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.
These stocks should be safer than most when the next major market downturn comes.
You might not even think of the top two companies on the list as food stocks, but they very much are.