BJ’s Restaurants Inc. blamed bad weather, the shorter holiday season and heavy promotional activity for a 93-percent decrease in fourth-quarter net income. The results were also dampened in part by one-time charges, including separation costs associated with the departure of the chain’s chief marketing officer, Matt Hood, and write-downs related to an underperforming unit in Texas. Greg Trojan, BJ’s president and chief executive, said the Huntington Beach, Calif.-based ...
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