Corporate spending in restaurants shows signs of increasing as the U.S. economy continues to emerge from the recession, according to two recent reports. In 2013, the average restaurant check under corporate spending increased 6.1 percent, to $53.88, from $50.78 the prior year, according to Johns Creek, Ga.-based Dinova LLC, a network of restaurants and corporations. Those restaurant increases came against a backdrop of a 3.8-percent increase in annual U.S. business travel spending, according ...

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