BJ’s Restaurants Inc. reported Thursday a 6.9-percent dip in net income for the second quarter ended July 1 on same-store sales declines. The Huntington Beach, Calif.-based casual-dining operator said same-store sales for the quarter fell 1.7 percent from the prior-year period. However, same-store sales improved during the quarter, BJ’s president and chief executive Greg Trojan said in a statement, and the company finished June with positive guest traffic, which Trojan ...

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