Pepsi spins off fast-food chains

March 1997
National Petroleum News;Mar97, Vol. 89 Issue 3, p16
Trade Publication
Reports that PepsiCo Inc. has announced the spin-off of Pizza Hut Inc., KFC Corp., and Taco Bell Corp., in a move that would create a separate, publicly traded company. Impact of the spin-off on PepsiCo's stocks; Financial performance of the company.


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