Yum! Brands Inc. reported a 2-percent increase in December same-store sales in its last monthly filing for 2013, a year when the company fought its way back from precipitous sales decreases following panic over that country’s supply of poultry. Yum’s result comprised a 5-percent increase for more than 4,400-unit KFC and a 3-percent decline at Pizza Hut Casual Dining, its nearly 1,000-unit brand that had been growing its monthly same-store sales in 2013, even as KFC ...

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