Securities analysts are praising Yum! Brands Inc.’s plan to transition David Novak out of the CEO role by next Jan. 1, clearing the way for Taco Bell CEO Greg Creed to take over. Even though the change would alter the role of Novak, who has been credited with greatly increasing Yum’s global footprint, several industry watchers are bullish about the company’s chances to further seize its opportunities in emerging markets and turn around KFC and Pizza Hut in the United ...

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