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'Communist Star' Logo Changed On Latest Yum Brands Chain After Outcry From Vietnamese Community

(CBS) – The parent company of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC has apologized for the offensive branding of their latest restaurant chain, and promised to make changes immediately. 342 more words

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Yum Brands is dropping its bánh mì chain's communist-chic logo

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Last week, Yum Brands—the fast-food behemoth that owns KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell—opened a test location of Banh Shop in Dallas, selling Vietnamese-style street food. 526 more words

Taco Bell has opened up a Banh Mi Sandwich Chain

Taco Bell parent company Yum! Brands launched a new Asian sandwich chain on Friday.

Called Banh Shop, the new restaurant concept features a variety of banh mi sandwiches and bowls, noodle salad and sides like “Saigon ‘Street Stall’ Corn” with coconut milk, butter, red pepper, and cheese. 56 more words

Analysis - Yum! Brands Inc. Increases Dividend by 11%

Yum! Brands Incoporated announced a regular quarterly dividend of $0.41, an 11 percent increase from the prior rate of $0.37 per share. The dividend will be paid at the new higher rate on November 7, 2014, to shareholders of record at close of business on October 17, 2014. 168 more words

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China's tough stance on weed puts global brands in a sticky spot

Taiwanese actor Ko Chen-tung recently made a remorseful public apology after being arrested in Beijing for using marijuana.

“I’ve done the worst thing and become the worst example,” Ko, 23, said in a press conference, as tears streamed down his face. 553 more words

Yum Brands slumps on China woes

Yum Brands dropped $2.53 to $68.95 (3.5%) in after hours trading Wednesday after the fast food chain said third-quarter revenue would be impacted by a sales slowdown in China, it’s biggest market. 14 more words