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NEW YORK— Taco Bell's first location is making a run for the border and into another city. The taco chain said Wednesday that it is saving its first restaurant from demolition by lifting it from its 53- year-old foundation in Downey, California, near Los Angeles, and moving it 45- miles southeast to Taco Bell's headquarters in Irvine. Taco Bell is now owned by fast...
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NEW YORK— In a story Nov. 12 about KFC's delivery service, The Associated Press reported erroneously that it was the first time the chicken chain has offered delivery in the U.S. NEW YORK— Colonel Sanders wants to come to your home: KFC said it will start delivering its buckets of fried chicken to customers in two U.S. cities. Starting Thursday, people in Los Angeles and...
By the end of next year, Taco Bell plans to serve only cage-free eggs at its restaurants.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
*Cisco, late on Thursday, said order growth was slowing and its enterprise business outside the United States was weakening. *Dow component Cisco's shares fell 5 percent to $26.42 premarket after the network equipment maker forecast adjusted profit and revenue growth below estimates. *Nordstrom sank 20.75 percent to $50.30 after its weak results and forecast.
U.S. stock futures were lower this morning, after Thursday's sharp drop.
Nov 12- Yum Brands Inc, which is spinning off its dominant China business, said October sales at established restaurants in the country rose 5 percent and backed its same-store sales forecast for the fourth quarter. Shares of the parent company of the KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell chains were down nearly 2 percent at $67.11 in extended trading.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Cisco, Nordstrom, Netflix & more.
Nov 12- Yum Brands Inc, which is spinning off its dominant China business, said on Thursday October sales at established restaurants in the country rose 5 percent, driven by KFC.
Nov 12- Chocolate maker Hershey Co said it would launch Hershey's Kisses and milk chocolate bars made with no artificial flavors for the holiday season, as it looks to cater to a growing demand for less-processed food. Neil Saunders, chief executive of retail research firm Conlumino, said this was a good move ahead of the holiday season as people tend to buy better...
NEW YORK, Nov 10- Thousands of protesters took to the streets across the U.S. on Tuesday to demand a $15- an-hour minimum wage and union rights for fast food workers, a campaign intended to attract support from national political candidates ahead of the 2016 elections. Organizers said thousands of low-wage workers walked off their jobs in some 270 cities across...
*China has been multinationals' growth driver as West stagnated. *Now slowing growth in China prompting strategic rethink. SHANGHAI/ ZURICH, Nov 6- A slowdown in China is forcing multinational companies to treat the world's second-biggest economy more like a developed market, turning away from a headlong dash for growth to focus on premium businesses, or...
Jim Cramer sees a rocky road ahead for several sectors over the next few days and issues a stern warning to investors.
A man was caught on video being pepper sprayed after appearing to attack an Uber driver in Southern California.
U.S. stock futures were lower this morning, after November got off to a rousing start, with the Dow joining the S&P 500 and Nasdaq in positive territory for the year.
BOSTON, Nov 2- Daniel Loeb's Third Point hedge fund now holds more bets on stock price declines than gains, the billionaire told investors in a letter seen by Reuters on Monday, making him one of the first hedge fund managers to outline a new strategy following a turbulent third quarter. The biggest losers during the quarter include SunEdison, Dow Chemical Co.,...
October was great for most investors, but some unlucky stocks gave investors a real spook. USAToday reports.
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