Buffalo Wild Wings’ new wing pricing structure and guest-focused service model got off to a solid start in the third quarter, company officials said, giving the company confidence in future growth. During the Sept. 29-ended quarter, in which net income grew 66.9 percent to $17.9 million, the chain rolled out a new pricing structure systemwide to sell wings by portion size — snack, small, medium and large — rather than by discrete numbers of wings. The move accounted for ...

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