Mexican Restaurants Inc., the publicly traded parent company to 72 restaurants under several brands, said it is looking into becoming a private company. The Houston-based company said Thursday it had formed a special committee to explore “alternatives available to reduce the cost burdens of being a publicly traded company, including whether to discontinue its listing on Nasdaq.” The company set no timetable for the committee to make a decision. Mexican Restaurants has struggled ...

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