MARYVILLE Tenn. Ruby Tuesday Inc. posted another quarter of financial results that topped both corporate and Wall Street expectations, as both cost cutting and improved consumer traffic paid dividends for the struggling casual-dining company. —But unlike the company’s prior quarter, when similar news on improved results spurred a huge stock gain, investors were less impressed this time and the company’s stock fell after the latest quarterly results. During this next fiscal ...
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