While casual-dining brands in general have been buffeted by sales and traffic challenges, Chili’s Grill & Bar held profits steady in the third quarter with new menu initiatives, tabletop technology rollouts and a menu mix that provided insulation from rising commodity costs. During an earnings call Wednesday, executives updated analysts on the 1,563-unit division of Dallas-based Brinker International Inc., which also owns the 45-unit Maggiano’s Little Italy brand, after ...
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