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Operators continue to face intense competition and increasing labor and input costs that are eating into margins.
Pizza Hut chain has found an ingenious way to get America to stop thinking it's still a sit-down restaurant with an amazing pizza buffet.
The sector is still under immense pressure.
Ignore the company's latest initiatives.
Buy weakness in the near term, or a close over $69.
YUM shares could serve up some tasty price gains in the weeks ahead.
The market has strengthened considerably since our last update, with all the major indices sporting solid gains across the board. Oil is also up 1% on the day. Restaurant stocks are having a good day after solid earnings reports from Yum Brands and...
Yum! Brands has more than 43,500 restaurants around the world, and tailors menus to suit the tastes of different cultures.
Yum! Brands opened a total of 2,316 restaurants in 2016, and it is branching out more in 2017.
On Wednesday, February 8, Yum! Brands releases quarterly results.
For the week of February 6, the markets await a host of earnings reports and economic data points.
TheStreet analyzes some notable Super Bowl ads ahead of the big game.
Domino's, Pizza Hut and Papa John's are stepping up their game this Sunday.
We would prefer to see volume increase.
We have to start assigning a greater probability of Trump being successful than not.
Just when you didn't think Australia could get any better, its national park service is reportedly using KFC to lure in feral cats.
The sale of 80% of McDonald's operations in China to well-heeled private-equity investors aims for a turnaround and shift to an asset-light mode.
It would be polite to say many of these predictions were off the mark; missing the target entirely might be more accurate.
This value-oriented, closed-end fund is trading at a steep discount.
Wall Street ended with slight losses Friday after a string of earnings disappointments from the retail sector.
Capital spending numbers are terrible, because executives are unsure what to do.
U.S. stocks suffer a dismal start to the month as conflicting polls breed uncertainty over the upcoming presidential election.
Yum! Brands has finally spun off its China business. Here is what Yum! Brands CEO Greg Creed has planned now.
Jim Cramer comments on Yum China's trading debut on the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday.