OVERLAND PARK Kan. Yum! Brands Inc., with finding a new brand strategy for the struggling pizza chain, which has seen its sales trends fall behind competitors Domino’s and Papa John’s. —NPC International Inc., Pizza Hut’s largest franchisee, has tasked its franchisor, NPC, which operates 1,150 Pizza Hut locations, said Yum has “struggled to find the proper message to connect with the consumer in this new recessionary ...

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