MINNEAPOLIS Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. said Monday that increased same-store sales and new restaurant openings helped to drive a 7.1-percent year-over-year increase in third quarter profit. The chicken-wing chain’s same-store sales increased 6.8 percent at corporate locations and 2.1 percent at franchised restaurants. The operator-franchisor to the 545-unit chain is as of Monday the only casual-dining company to post positive same-store sales results for the September-ended quarter, ...

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