Strong same-store sales, the addition of 46 company-owned locations from a year earlier, and a 4.4-percent improvement in cost of goods sold powered a 72.9-percent increase in net income for Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. during the first quarter ended March 30. The Minneapolis-based operator of 1,012 casual-dining restaurants said sales picked up momentum in February and March during the Winter Olympics and the March Madness college basketball season.   1Q NET INCOME Result: $28.3 ...

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