Who owns Yum! Brands?

Answer Yum! Brands Inc., whose restaurants include Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut, is a publicly traded company that its shareholders own. As of May 2010, the Louisville, Kentucky-based firm had more than 4... Read More »

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Who owns Yum Brands?

PepsiCo formed Tricon Global Restaurants Inc., an independent company, in 1997. In 2002, the company changed its name to Yum! Brands Inc., which includes companies such as Long John Silver's, KFC a... Read More »

Do you notice any difference with salon brands vs. store brands of hair products?

Pantene ROCKS. I love it. I have used goldwell, joico and a few other salon brands and I think out of them all pantene is the best for my hair, but hairdressers say it is bad and wrecks your hair f... Read More »

There are so many small-name brands of video cards; which brands make good cards and which should be avoided?

There are plenty of good brands and plenty of bad brands. For Nvidia cards good brands include but are not limited to:BFG Tech, eVGA, Leadtek, Gigabyte, MSI, XFXI don't have as much experience with... Read More »

Are name brands better than store brands?

On One Hand: They are Not Necessarily BetterIn a nationwide taste test conducted in May 2005 by Meyers Research and reported a month later in The Washington Post, store brands won over name brands ... Read More »