MINNEAPOLIS Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. reported Tuesday an 11.7-percent drop in fourth-quarter net income to $6 million, or 34 cents per share, mainly because of an additional operating week in the year-ago period that helped inflate those results and because of a year-to-year, 12.5-percent jump in total costs and expenses in the latest period. The company’s results for the three months ended Dec. 30, however, still beat analyst expectations by 2 cents per share, and its annual net ...
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