SCOTTSDALE ARIZ. P.F. Chang’s fourth-quarter profit down 5.5 percent from a year earlier. —A difficult sales environment for casual dinnerhouses compounded by increased expenses pushed The company said equity-based compensation expense and increased costs eroded a revenue surge of 17.9 percent to $252 million, which was helped by 21 store openings during the quarter. In addition, same-store sales declines of 0.9 percent at the company’s namesake concept and 0.7 ...

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