The fast-food giant offers up a rather gloomy forecast for growth as diners cut their spending.
The company reported earnings Monday morning, and results were a mixed bag.
People love to eat in their cars. So how has no one come up with this concept before?
The fast-food giant is desperate to top analyst expectations. A strong report would be a welcome change of pace for the company.
The stunning success at Yum Brands' chain reflects one of the biggest turnarounds in the industry.
Low-wage workers are making less than their counterparts did 50 years ago, and are tapping Medicaid and food stamps to bridge the gap between paychecks.
As a value investor, these shares are just too spicy for my taste.
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For years, Todd Mills pushed Frito-Lay to make taco shells from Doritos. He died from a brain tumor on Thanksgiving.
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