On Monday, Shares of Frontier Communications Corp (NASDAQ:FTR), SUBTRACT -1.89% and closed at $4.15in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $4.14 and $4.29. The company’s Market capitalization is $5.16 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 1.17 Billion. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $3.81 and reached to max level of $5.85. Hurricane Matthew’s powerful winds and torrential rains caused a wide variety of issues in South Carolina and North Carolina. Commercial power outages are widespread and high water remains a concern.
As of 8:00 a.m. recently, of the 22,000 Frontier customers influenced by the loss of commercial power, roughly 18,000 are in service using the company’s backup generator plan. In North Carolina, about 600 customers are on generator power because of the loss of commercial power.
“Matthew was a noteworthyhurricane, with winds ranging up to 105 miles per hour in South Carolina and strong winds, rain and flooding in North Carolina,” said Mike Flynn, Frontier’s Southeast region president. “I am proud of how our network and emergency response teams performed for our customers.”
Frontier’s call forwarding program for customers in South Carolina is continuing. Residential and business customers can maintain their connection to their home or business phone using the call forwarding feature – if it’s not part of their Frontier phone services, Frontier will provide those South Carolina customers the call forwarding feature free for 30 days. Customers may call 800-921-8101 to request the call forwarding service. Many customers with bundled services may already have the feature. Normally the monthly charge for variable call forwarding for residential customers is $3.55 and $6.85 for business customers.
Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE:YUM), DROPPED -0.38% and closed at $87.39 in the last trading session. The last trading range of the stock ranges between $87.33 and $88.52. The company’s Market capitalization is $34.18 Billion with the total Outstanding Shares of 376.00 Million. During the 52-week trading session the minimum price at which share price traded, registered at $64.51 and reached to max level of $91.99. Spurred into action by consumer demand, Kentucky Fried Chicken® declared recently that Nashville Hot Chicken is back on KFC menus. And, for the first time, Nashville Hot Chicken will be available as a Chicken Little® Sandwich in addition to chicken on-the-bone and tenders at restaurants in the U.S.
The authentic spicy, smoky, crispy fried chicken is back on television screens and menus this week with a new heartthrob Nashville Hot Colonel, played by actor Vincent Kartheiser, best known for his roles as Pete on AMC’s Mad Men and Jordan on Hulu’s original series Casual. For the specialty role of the Nashville Hot Colonel, KFC sought out a young actor with lots of hair and flair. Vincent’s vintage good looks and piercing blue eyes made him perfect for the role.
“Like KFC’s Nashville Hot Chicken, I’m a bit of a rebel decked out in authentic Nashville flavor—a perfect combination of classic and cool,” said Vincent Kartheiser, the Nashville Hot Colonel.
Hot Chicken was born in Nashville, Tennessee and is the newest food phenomenon in restaurants and food trucks across the country. KFC was the first national quick service restaurant to offer the trendy regional flavor when it successfully launched its own version of Nashville Hot Chicken in January of 2016. In a nod to the flavor’s authenticity, the bestselling city for KFC’s Nashville Hot was Nashville, Tenn.
By making Nashville Hot available nationwide at an affordable price, America was introduced to this one-of-a-kind recipe. Even Google searches for “Nashville Hot” raised over 700% when KFC introduced Nashville Hot this past January.