June 12, 2012 - 7:02pm
Mayor Fischer, with Brian Riendeau Of Dare to Care and Roger Eaton of YUM! Brand
“We truly are a community of compassionate and caring people and I’m constantly amazed at what we can do when private and public sectors team up for a worthy cause,” Fischer said. “What a great way to connect to our roots as a river city, have healthy exercise and fun and raise critical funds for those in need.”
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Yum! Brands announced today the launch of the 2012 Paddle for Hunger, a weekend of paddleboat racing, recreational floats, and various competitive events to raise funds for Dare to Care Food Bank and The World Food Programme.  The event will coincide with the...
September 22, 2011 - 10:45am
YUM! Brands celebrate 14th anniversary as a company, it's more apparent than ever that they are building the defining global company that feeds the world. As part of that vision, they want to be a company with a huge heart... Truly caring and trying saving lives. While world hunger relief is their global effort to end hunger, they need to remember that it all starts here in our own community. One in five children in Kentuckiana are at risk of going to bed hungry tonight. That's why again this year; they are celebrating its 14th year as a company with a very special challenge.
YUM! Brands celebrate 14th anniversary as a company, it’s more apparent than ever that they are building the defining global company that feeds the world.  As part of that vision, they want to be a company with a huge heart… Truly caring and trying saving lives. While...
April 21, 2011 - 8:03am
Local news for April 21, 2011
"The latest financial report from Louisville-based Yum Brands is slightly below expectations. The fast food giant’s first-quarter earnings were 63 cents per share, one cent below Wall Street analysts’ predictions. The report still shows an increase over the same period last year, when the company...
February 11, 2011 - 10:40am
Local news for Feb. 11, 2011
"The Greater Louisville Project announced that the grassroots movement 8664 is the winner of its Create Louisville: Your Big Idea project, but the group won’t get a one-on-one sit down with Mayor Greg Fischer as originally promised. The contest was designed to engage citizens, elicit fresh thinking...