Yum! News 2007

Dec 20, 2007 Yum! Brands Inaugural “World Hunger Relief Week” Efforts Spur Unprecedented Global Awareness; Four Million Volunteer Hours and $15 Million in Overall Donations *** Effort Will Help United Nations World Food Programme Save 400,000 Lives And Has Become the World’s Largest Volunteer Movement for Hunger Engaging 1 Million Employees, Franchisees, Their Families and Customers across Nearly 35,000 KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell Restaurants in 100+ Countries

Dec 17, 2007 Yum! Brands Appoints Eaton Chief Operating and Development Officer-Designate

Oct 19, 2007 Celebrities, Emmy Award Winning Composer and Athlete Join One Million Yum! Brands Employees in Global Movement to Stop Hunger During “World Hunger Relief Week” *** United Nations’ World Food Programme and Local Hunger Relief Agencies Worldwide Aided

Jun 13, 2007 Yum! Brands Recognized in Black Enterprise’s “40 Best Companies for Diversity,” for Third Consecutive Year *** Diversity Drives Culture and Business at World’s Largest Restaurant Company

Jun 4, 2007 Yum! Brands Tops Institutional Investor Magazine’s 2007 Corporate Rankings of America’s Most Shareholder-Friendly and America’s Best CEO in the Restaurant Industry *** Yum! Brands Ranked #1 Most Shareholder-Friendly and Chairman and CEO David C. Novak Named #1 Best CEO in Restaurant Sector by Analysts and Portfolio Managers

May 18, 2007 Wingstreet Paves the Way

May 1, 2007 First Quarter – 2007 Earnings Information (05.01.07) – Updates on Incidents Affecting U.S. Business

Apr 30, 2007 Yum! Brands Announces New “Yumfecta” $1 Million Bonus for Kentucky Derby Winner That Beats Barbaro’s Winning Distance of 6 ½ Lengths “Yumfecta” is First Bonus Tied Solely To Derby Race, Margin of Victory and Split Evenly Between Owner, Trainer, Jockey and Charity – Barbaro Memorial Fund

Mar 19, 2007 Yum! Brands Message to New York City Customers in Response to Inside Edition Broadcast

Mar 2, 2007 Yum! Brands Engages Pest Control Expert for Urban Settings

Feb 28, 2007 Yum! Brands Update for New York City Customers

Feb 27, 2007 KFC and Taco Bell Respond to New York City Department of Health Commissioner

Feb 23, 2007 KFC/Taco Bell Responds to Isolated Greenwich Village, NY Pest Control Incident February 23, 2007 – This is an isolated incident at a single restaurant at 331 6th Avenue in Greenwich Village, New York and it is totally unacceptable. The restaurant is closed and we will not allow it to be reopened until it has been sanitized and given a complete clean bill of health. We want to assure our customers that nothing is more important to us than food safety and their health.

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