(Continued from page 1) BJ’s chief financial officer, principal accounting officer and executive vice president and secretary Greg Levin said the chain’s same-store sales decline was the result of a roughly 2-percent benefit from menu pricing that was offset by a decrease in guest traffic. Cannibalization from some new BJ’s restaurants also impacted same-store sales, particularly in the core market of California, he said. New restaurants are opening strong, but sales ...

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