NASHVILLE TENN. O’Charley’s Inc., the struggling operator or franchisor of 365 restaurants under three brands, gave voice this month to problems plaguing many casual-dining operators when the company reported steep drops in profit for the fourth quarter and full year ended Dec. 30. —Weak sales and one-time impairment charges contributed heavily to the plummeting profits, O’Charley’s said, adding that it expects more of the same for the ...

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