Global growth, particularly in China, was at the core of Thursday’s Yum Brands 2012 Investor Meeting in New York City. “Our brands, by every metric you can look at, have never been stronger,” said Yum chief executive and chairman David Novak. “I’m very confident we’re going to have solid same-store sales growth.” Louisville, Ky.-based Yum owns KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut, as well as other international brands and spinoffs. The theme of the ...
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