Taco Bell, KFC parent invests $100M to fight inequality

Yum Brands announced a global initiative to improve opportunities for frontline restaurant workers and improve equality.


Are delivery providers gaining the upper hand?

Delivery companies once pushed hard for big chain business. The Yum-Grubhub dispute may signal a shift in power, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The two brands each posted multi-year sales marks last month as consumers readjusted to pandemic dining.

Two brands take a new direction while others get ready for summer eating.

The chain will test a new premium offering in Orlando to rival Popeyes and Chick-fil-A.

Habit Burger, Pizza Hut and KFC saw their digital orders soar as consumers shifted their ordering habits.

The fast-food chain operator is working to help struggling franchisees but suggests outside investors could step in, too.


Yum Brands chains will also take workers’ temperatures and have them wear gloves as part of the company’s evolving response to the coronavirus.

The owner of KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut says it is taking steps to shore up franchisees’ finances and has accessed its credit line.

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