DineEquity Inc., parent to IHOP and Applebee's, said Tuesday it would reevaluate the IHOP's brand use of value as sales for the family-dining chain fell, even as the turnaround at Applebee's continued to gain momentum. Second-quarter results for DinEquity were hurt by IHOP's performance, which included a 2.9-percent drop in same-store sales, but also were depressed by impairment charges and the refranchising initiative at Applebee's. For the second quarter ended June 30, Glendale, ...

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