SYRACUSE N.Y. Echoing most of the restaurant companies that reported financial results this week, Carrols Restaurant Group Inc. said increased costs ate into earnings for the second quarter, leaving the Burger King franchisee and Taco Cabana operator-franchisor with a 35-percent decline in net profits. The decline came despite a 5.9-percent rise in same-store sales for Burger King units operated by Carrols, the chainâ€™s largest franchisee. The company also is the parent and franchisor ...
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