YUM - YUM! Brands, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
104.98
-1.00 (-0.94%)
At close: 4:04PM EST
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Previous Close105.98
Open106.09
Bid104.47 x 800
Ask105.35 x 900
Day's Range104.11 - 106.20
52 Week Range88.52 - 119.72
Volume2,053,446
Avg. Volume2,146,466
Market Cap31.752B
Beta (5Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)29.02
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateFeb 05, 2020
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est112.22
  • Reuters

    Habit Burger Grill plans to offer Impossible plant-based patty

    The Habit Restaurants Inc , known as the Habit Burger Grill, plans to put a plant-based meat patty from Impossible Foods Inc on its menu in the second half of this year as a limited-time offering. The agreement would put a third plant-based meat producer on the map among YUM! Habit would join Yum brands KFC and Pizza Hut, which ran short tests last year of plant-based chicken nuggets from Beyond Meat Inc and a plant-based sausage topping called Incogmeato from Kellogg Co's Morningstar Farms, respectively.

  • MarketWatch

    Taco Bell owner Yum Brands raises dividend

    Yum Brands Inc. said late Friday its board of directors declared a dividend of 47 cents a share, an increase of 12%. The dividend will be paid March 6 to shareholders of record on Feb. 14, the fast-food chain said. Shares of Yum were flat in the extended session after ending the regular trading day down 0.9%.

  • Business Wire

    Yum! Brands, Inc. Announces 12% Increase in Quarterly Dividend to $0.47 Per Share

    Yum! Brands, Inc. announces 12% increase in quarterly dividend to $0.47 per share.

  • Benzinga

    Attention Taco Bell Lovers: Nacho Fries Just Got Better

    Taco Bell already announced the return of Nacho Fries to its menu, but on Thursday the Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM) chain said it will kick the "flavor up a notch" with the addition of Buffalo Chicken. Taco Bell will combine its fan-favorite Nacho Fries with Buffalo Chicken at nationwide stores on Jan. 30.

  • Taco Bell's Nacho Fries return with a new twist — buffalo chicken
    American City Business Journals

    Taco Bell's Nacho Fries return with a new twist — buffalo chicken

    Hype has already been building on social media for the return of Taco Bell's Nacho Fries, but the national quick-service restaurant chain decided to take the relaunch one step further by introducing two new menu items.

  • Pizza Hut Preps to Bring the Heat for Super Bowl LIV
    PR Newswire

    Pizza Hut Preps to Bring the Heat for Super Bowl LIV

    In its second year as the Official Pizza Sponsor of the NFL, Pizza Hut is prepping to deliver a best-in-class pizza-eating experience, along with entertainment, undeniable value, and next-level experiences whether you're in Miami or watching from home.

  • These Louisville companies scored high marks for inclusion
    American City Business Journals

    These Louisville companies scored high marks for inclusion

    The three companies received perfect scores of 100, two of which enjoyed the title for consecutive years.

  • Exclusive: Chipotle in talks for downtown location
    American City Business Journals

    Exclusive: Chipotle in talks for downtown location

    Popular fast-casual eatery Chipotle is eyeing a new location in downtown Orlando, which has started attracting national restaurant chains in recent months. Newport Beach, California-based Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.

  • Benzinga

    KFC Issues A Non-Apology After Criticism Over Sexist Ad

    As she's fixing her low-cut top, the car window rolls down, and two boys, seemingly in early teenage years, can be seen staring at her with a smirk on their faces, as another middle-aged woman in the driver's seat gives her a distraught look. "Ads like this reinforce the false idea that we can't expect better from boys," Melinda Liszewski, a spokeswoman for Collective Shout, the organization that first called KFC on the sexism, said in a statement on Tuesday.

  • Reuters

    KFC apologises for 'sexist' Australian ad - report

    KFC apologised for an advertisement in Australia that shows two young boys staring at a woman's breasts, after calls from a local campaign group to boycott the fast-food giant over the ad it called "sexist", the Australian Associated Press reported. The 15-second ad, which is still on KFC Australia's YouTube channel, shows a woman adjust her breasts as she looks at her reflection in the window of a parked car. Brands Inc's KFC said in a statement https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/jan/21/kfc-apologises-for-sexist-ad-that-shows-young-boys-staring-at-womans-breasts to the Australian Associated Press.

  • Why We Like YUM! Brands, Inc.’s (NYSE:YUM) 47% Return On Capital Employed
    Simply Wall St.

    Why We Like YUM! Brands, Inc.’s (NYSE:YUM) 47% Return On Capital Employed

    Today we are going to look at YUM! Brands, Inc. (NYSE:YUM) to see whether it might be an attractive investment...

  • Wingstop is on fire just like its buffalo wings; CEO aims for 6,000 restaurants globally
    Yahoo Finance

    Wingstop is on fire just like its buffalo wings; CEO aims for 6,000 restaurants globally

    Yahoo Finance speaks exclusively with Wingstop CEO Charlie Morrison fresh off the company's first-ever investor day.

  • Torchy’s Tacos Lights Up Investor Crowd with Red-Hot Flavors and Forecasts
    IPO-Edge.com

    Torchy’s Tacos Lights Up Investor Crowd with Red-Hot Flavors and Forecasts

    "Craft Casual" Sensation Torchy's Tacos Expects Store Count to Rise to 160 from 71 in Four Years By John Jannarone When Torchy's Tacos appeared in Orlando, FL this week, it whetted the appetite of the financial community not once but twice: First, with a feast of its tacos, queso, and deserts at a cocktail party […]

  • Barrons.com

    Competition for Workers is Heating Up — But Not All of Them

    Taco Bell is paying managers up to $100,000 a year. Starbucks offers full health benefits for employees working 20 hours a week. Competition for workers is heating up. So why did wage growth cool in December?

  • Benzinga

    Yum Brands, Taco Bell Take Steps To Bolster Business

    Taco Bell announced Monday a new partnership with an omnichannel personalization company called Certona to help improve mobile app personalization initiatives. Taco Bell is aiming for its app to show customers relevant menu items, promotions, past dining history, location, weather, restaurant-specific menus and pricing, and contests based on prior visits. Taco Bell will make use of machine learning and artificial intelligence technology to better deliver a more personalized experience, the company's director of e-commerce Derrick Chan said in the press release.

  • McDonald’s responds to MSG report: ‘We are always listening to our customers’
    Yahoo Finance

    McDonald’s responds to MSG report: ‘We are always listening to our customers’

    Things are heating back up in the chicken sandwich wars, and the pressure has reportedly pushed McDonald’s to use MSG in its sandwiches in order to compete with rivals Popeyes and Chick-fil-A.

  • Yum Brands names luxury chocolate company CEO to board
    American City Business Journals

    Yum Brands names luxury chocolate company CEO to board

    Yum Brands has named two CEOs of high-profile brands to its board of directors. Annie Young-Scrivner, chief executive officer of GODIVA Chocolatier, and Keith Barr, chief executive officer of InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), have joined Yum Brands' (Nyse: YUM) board as non-executive directors, effective Jan. 24, according to a news release.

  • Business Wire

    Yum! Brands Appoints GODIVA CEO Annie Young-Scrivner and InterContinental Hotels Group PLC CEO Keith Barr to Board

    Yum! Brands Appoints GODIVA CEO Annie Young-Scrivner and InterContinental Hotels Group PLC CEO Keith Barr to Board

  • Eli Lilly, Apple, Yum! Brands, Nintendo: Companies to watch
    Yahoo Finance

    Eli Lilly, Apple, Yum! Brands, Nintendo: Companies to watch

    Eli Lilly, Apple, Yum! Brands, Nintendo are the companies to watch on Friday, January 10, 2020.

  • Taco Bell to pay managers $100K in some markets
    American City Business Journals

    Taco Bell to pay managers $100K in some markets

    Fast-food chain Taco Bell Corp. says it will pay managers $100,000 a year at some company-owned locations and offer paid sick time for all company workers as part of an overall push to improve its brand, as well as recruit and retain employees.

  • Benzinga

    The M&A History Of Yum Brands

    Restaurant operator Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM ) expanded its portfolio with the $375-million acquisition of Habit Burger Grill this week. Here's a look back at other notable M&A deals throughout Yum ...

  • Beyond Meat plunges after Bernstein downgrade
    Yahoo Finance Video

    Beyond Meat plunges after Bernstein downgrade

    Bernstein lowered its rating of Beyond meat to market perform. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith and Heidi Chung discuss on The Ticker.

  • U.S.-China to sign Phase One of trade deal
    Yahoo Finance Video

    U.S.-China to sign Phase One of trade deal

    Duff and Phelps Chief Strategist Chris Campbell and NYU Stern Marketing Professor Scott Galloway joins On the Move to break down the latest trade deal action.

  • Casey's General Store to expand food program in 2020
    Yahoo Finance Video

    Casey's General Store to expand food program in 2020

    Casey's General Store reported strong earnings and double digit growth since last October, and President and CEO Darren Rebelez is confident that the company will continue to grow in 2020. Rebelez joined The Final Round to discuss the company's upcoming plans.

  • Taco Bell to start offering $100,000 salary jobs
    Yahoo Finance Video

    Taco Bell to start offering $100,000 salary jobs

    Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung joins the On The Move panel to discuss Taco Bell’s $100,000 salary for general managers and the impact it could have on the company.