NEW YORK Yum! Brands Inc. said it has hired "a renowned expert in the area of pest control" to review the sanitation practices of the company's New York City franchisees, which have been at the center of a media frenzy since rats were videotaped inside a lone Taco Bell-KFC combo unit here. In disclosing that the company had retained Bobby Corrigan, a rat catcher of considerable renown, Yum U.S. president Emil Brolick declared in a statement that "we have been working around the clock ...
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