Maximizing the profit-and-loss statement has become a mantra for restaurant operators looking for ways to survive—and even thrive—during the current economic downturn.In addition to the more visible strategies operators are using to drive their top lines, including discounted pricing, new menu offerings and extended hours, many have recently shared their more guarded practices for controlling labor, supply chain, and general and administrative costs.Such efforts have become increasingly ...

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