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YUMTricon Global Restaurants (Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC; stock symbol))
YUMYuma, Arizona (border patrol sector)
YUMYellowdog Updater Modified (Linux flavor)
YUMNew Yugoslav Dinar (ISO currency code)
YUMYuma, AZ, USA - Yuma International Airport (Airport Code)
YUMYoung Urban Male
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"At the Yum Yum Tree I also grasped the techniques of Sushi and Teriyaki."
Submitted by Donald Noe of YUM! Brands, Inc., president of TEI's Kentucky Chapter.
The Yum! China Division, which includes mainland China, Thailand and KFC Taiwan, is based in Shanghai and has more than 2,800 system restaurants.
Tom Yum, in this case, is a thin spicy Thai soup which makes a really good winter warmer.
Yum! Brands has said Taco Bell purchases less than 1 percent of Florida's annual tomato crop and so doesn't have the clout the workers thinks it has.
With nearly 33,000 restaurants in over 100 countries and territories Yum! Brands, Inc.
Yum Yums and Twists are already available on the High Streets although the Claw is much rarer.
Theo Heuft, the owner of Yab Yum, said that he wanted to offer travellers a place where they could eat hors `d`oeuvres and experience non-sexual massage while they waited during long layover periods between flights.
Gibbs, president, chief operating officer and chief financial officer for Yum! Brands ((https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/YUM/) YUM ), (https://finance.yahoo.com/news/edited-transcript-yum-earnings-conference-013221518.html) in an earnings call Thursday.
Stifel analyst Chris O'Cull said his recent survey to measure investors' sentiment toward restaurant stocks revealed that McDonald's (MCD) and Yum! Brands (YUM) as the only large-cap restaurant stocks voted to outperform heading into earnings season, while most investors pointed to Starbucks (SBUX) as most likely among the large-caps to underperform in the near term despite the fact that investors surveyed expect the company to beat Q3 EPS expectations.
Restaurant operator Yum! Brands (NYSE: YUM) on Wednesday announced that it was named to the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) for the second consecutive year for the company's focused commitment to transparency in gender reporting and advancing women's equality.