NEW YORK —Improved sales results divulged in preliminary second-quarter reports by several leading chains this month have prompted some foodservice analysts to predict that a turnaround for the slumping industry could begin in just a few more quarters. Though the upticks in sales might be slight and stem from only short-lived positive factors, quarterly performances by such players as Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s, McDonald’s, ...
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