Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. reported Tuesday a 26-percent increase in net income for its April 21-ended first quarter, saying its new line of premium Black Angus burgers and increased advertising boosted sales. A 5.4-percent increase in company-owned unit same-store sales included a 0.5-percent increase in traffic, with average check rising 4.9 percent, the company said. Greenwood Village, Colo.-based Red Robin ended the quarter with 496 restaurants, including 362 company-owned ...

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