NEW YORK Wingstop Restaurants Inc., a fast-casual chicken wing chain with 437 units, is planning an expansion push in the northeast, company officials said this week. The plan calls for the development of 75 franchised stores in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New England and Maryland over the next five years. Wingstop, which debuted in Dallas in 1994, “is now completely developed there and nearly developed on the West Coast," Wes Jablonski, the company's chief financial officer, said at ...

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