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The CEO Of Chipotle Thinks Competition From Taco Bell And Rival Fast Food Chains Is 'A Joke'

In a recent interview with Chipotle CEO Steve Ells discussing the proven business tactics of the thriving casual food chain, Ells didn’t hold back when asked about Chipotle’s competition. 241 more words

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Chinese meat scandal hurts sales at fast-food giant Yum Brands

What you need to know: Yum Brands lowered its earnings growth forecast for the year after reporting worse-than expected sales numbers for its third quarter following a food scandal in China in which a supplier re-labeled meat that had passed its expiration date. 471 more words


Trading Update 7-10-2014

Still have my strangle on in (NYSE:X). Initially sold the October17 40 Put/50 Call. Now Ive gone inverted (39Call/40Put) as the stock is trading at $35.54. 210 more words

Yum Brands' charmed life in China is a thing of the past

The numbers: The owner of the combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell – KFC too – posted net income of $404 million for the third quarter, up 21% from the same period a year earlier. 232 more words

Fast-food earnings and holiday shopping — 5 things to know today

Good morning, friends and Fortune readers.

Stocks look set to open lower Tuesday as investors look ahead to the start of third-quarter earnings season, which kicks off (unofficially) with the release of Alcoa’s earnings report tomorrow afternoon. 330 more words


Earnings season kicks off this week | Gas prices at pump decline

Monday – October 6

Corporate earnings season begins this week as companies divulge their numbers to the public and investing community. Aluminum producer Alcoa will unofficially kick off the season after the close of trading on Wednesday. 170 more words

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Vietnamese Restaurant in North Texas Displayed Giant Red Star in Logo, Promptly Changes After Public Criticism

A Vietnamese restaurant in Dallas, Texas, has promptly changed its logo design in accordance with the wishes of the Vietnamese community in the area. The Banh Shop, a trendy new eatery on SMU Boulevard, found itself in hot water last week as a result of its questionable restaurant design, which featured a giant red star as part of its logo, behind the name “Banh Shop.” YUM! 563 more words

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