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Yum’s sales mixed in China, climb in U.S.
For the quarter ended Dec. 26, Yum Brands Inc. reported net income of $275 million.

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Chipotle says criminal investigation widens, sales plunge
The Denver company says sales sank 36 percent at established locations in January.
EasyJet owner launches ultra-low budget grocery in UK
No fresh produce will be offered at the store, whose motto is “No expensive brands. Just food honestly priced.”
Haggen core store auction pushed back to Feb. 11
The auction will be held in a law office in New York City as part of Chapter 11 bankruptcy filed earlier this year after purchasing nearly 150 stores from Albertsons and Safeway.
Pyle takes job at Portland lobbying firm
Pyle takes job at Portland lobbying firm
Pyle was grass-roots organizer for Oregonians for Food and Shelter for 35 years.
ADM misses 4Q profit forecasts
For the year, the company reported profit of $1.85 billion, or $2.98 per share.
Dow Chemical beats Street 4Q forecasts
The specialty chemicals maker posted revenue of $11.46 billion in the period.
National wool and sheep report
At San Angelo, Texas, 3,921 head sold in a one-day sale.
Selected Western hay price report
Good alfalfa and export alfalfa steady to weak in the Columbia Basin. Trade remains slow to moderate.
West Coast grain price report
Bids for U.S. 1 Soft White Wheat delivered to Portland in unit trains or barges during January for ordinary protein were $5.30-5.3725, steady to 2.75 cents per bushel lower than Jan 21 bids for the same delivery period.
California shell egg price report
Asking prices for next week are unchanged on all sizes.