Su says his goal is for Yum! China to be “the most successful restaurant company, not only in China, but the world.”
At Yum! Brands Inc.’s annual investor conference in December, chairman and chief executive David Novak started the day with the familiar Yum cheer: “Give me a Y! Give me a U! Give me an M! What’s that spell? Yum! Yum! Yum!” He said the cheer was more important in tougher years — and 2013 was indeed a tough year for the Louisville, Ky.-based parent of KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut. Despite a relatively strong performance in the United States, the ...
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