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Results this week are in :

The company earned $356 million or 75 cents a share in the fourth quarter, up from $274 million, or 56 cents a share in the same period a year ago.
Revenue was $4.11 billion vs. $3.56 billion.

Shares of Yum were up about 2% in after-hours Monday and now pushing $65.

New on the management focus :

The 90/10 Rule at Yum! Brands
With the local market saturated, the fast-food chain is putting resources outside the U.S., into markets hungry for its chicken, pizza, and tacos.

And our very own fool:

Here's Why Yum! Brands Is Earning So Much for You
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