Thomas J. Baldwin has seen a lot of changes in the steakhouse segment since joining Morton’s Restaurant Group in 1989 as chief financial officer and vice president of finance. At that time there were nine Morton’s The Steakhouse units; today the company operates 80 restaurants in the United States, Puerto Rico, Hong Kong, Singapore and Canada. Chairman of the board and chief executive of Morton’s since 2005, Baldwin is optimistic about the luxury-steakhouse segment’s future prospects, even ...

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