Yum China began trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday under the ticker "YUMC."
Mickey Pant, Yum China CEO, discusses the spinoff of the China division from its parent company and how he plans to lead the new company to growth there.
Greg Creed, Yum Brands CEO, discusses the spinoff of the China division and how the company is growing its brands worldwide.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Yum Brands, the parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, completed the separation of its China business, Yum China, the company said on Tuesday.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports Yum China Holdings will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange today under the symbol YUMC but challenges remain for the fast food giant.
Seth Fischer, Oasis Management, shares investment ideas on Nintendo and Yum China.
Jim Cramer goes through his lightning round of caller stocks, including what he sees ahead for Yum Brands after its split.
Cowen on Tuesday released its top picks for the U.S. presidential election.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss the trade on Starbucks after CEO Howard Schultz announced the company's expansion plans for China.
One super-fan will get paid $50,000 by Pizza Hut to travel to as many NCAA championship games as possible and document the experience through social media.
Activist investor and Corvex Management founder Keith Meister weighs in on Yum Brands and how Yum China has a "huge competitive advantage."
Credit Suisse raises its rating for Yum Brands shares to outperform from neutral.
The "Fast Money" traders share their takes on food stocks, including Domino's Pizza, Papa John's and Yum Brands. Guy Adami goes to the streets to find out what New Yorkers prefer.
Oppenheimer reiterates its outperform rating on Yum Brands.
Yum Brands CEO Greg Creed, who ran Taco Bell for eight years, tells CNBC the Tex-Mex food chain remains a bright spot, but Pizza Hut needs to do a lot of work.
Greg Creed, Yum Brands CEO, talks about the company's plan to put more of its restaurants in the hand of franchisees in order to boost savings and sales.
The collaboration between the two companies has never been better, says Greg Creed, Yum Brands CEO, talking about spinning off its China business.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on Yum Brands' franchising future after spinning off its China business.
Yum China's sales were dismal but analysts appear to like the greater transparency the spin-off created, says MoneyMorning.com's D.R. Barton.