BLOOMINGTON Minn. Leeann Chin, say officials of the 41-unit fast-casual chain based here. —A face-lift and menu revamp conducted last year are sparking a turnaround for The nearly 30-year-old chain had contracted and expanded and contracted again over the years under its various leaders. But while Leeann Chin appeared stagnant, it remained a strong brand with a healthy cash flow, said current owner Lorne Goldberg, a former investment ...

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