Brian Riendeau, vice president of government and community affairs for Yum! Brands Inc., doesn’t mind working long hours.The length of his workdays varies, depending on whether he’s traveling or staying near Yum’s Louisville, Ky., headquarters. But he rarely counts his hours, he says, pausing to think a minute before estimating that his average in-town workdays run from about 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.“I love my job because every day is different,” Riendeau says. “I love the political process. I ...

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