Kona Grill Inc. blamed a fourth-quarter loss in net income on pre-opening costs, new-restaurant and remodeling inefficiencies, and write-offs associated with remodeled locations, which it said totaled about 20 cents per share. The 26-unit Scottsdale, Ariz.-based casual-dining grill and sushi bar chain said it opened units in Boise, Idaho, and The Woodlands, Texas, during the Dec. 31-ended quarter, and remodeled locations in Scottsdale and San Antonio. The company said it saw a ...
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