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Gamers can order Pizza Hut straight from the Xbox — with hand gestures!

Long slave to the physical demands of picking up a phone, computer, smartphone, or tablet to place an order for food delivery, gamers can now create their own custom Pizza Hut pizzas — and order them — from their Xbox 360 console thanks to a unique partnership between Microsoft and the international Full story

TODAY anchors test pizza-scented perfume

   The anchors chat about the topics making headlines today and play a round of “Pizza or perfume?” as they blindfold Al Roker and Willie Geist to see if they can distinguish Pizza Hut’s new pizza-scented perfume from a slice of the real thing.

Pizza Hut backtracks on debate-related ad

   The pizza company has taken down an online commercial encouraging debate-goers to ask the presidential candidates about their topping preferences after experiencing backlash from people who say advertising ploys have no place in politics. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.

Chairs: Eric Clapton Sells Record-Setting $34M Painting

   The "Squawk Box" news team weighs in on a record-setting auction price for a living artist; and Pizza Hut's presidential debate stunt.

For Franchises, All's Fair in Food and Politics

Ben & Jerry's, 7-Eleven and Pizza Hut use the 2012 election as a platform for marketing campaigns. Full story

Pizza Hut unveils the 'Cone Crust Pizza'; here's where you can get it

   First there was the bacon sundae from Burger King or the mashed potato vending machine in Singapore, and now there's the new Pizza Hut "Cone Crust Pizza," which adds cream cheese to the concoction. You can't get it in the U.S. (yet), but Willie Geist lets us know where you can.

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A man talks on his mobile phone in front of logos of KFC and Pizza Hut in Shanghai
A man talks on his mobile phone in front of logos of KFC and Pizza Hut in Shanghai

A man talks on his mobile phone in front of the logos of KFC and Pizza Hut, both restaurants under Yum Brands, in Shanghai, March 6, 2013. Sales at Yum's China restaurants open at least one year fell 13 percent in March, more than the 10 percent average drop expected by analysts polled by Consensus