WASHINGTON Let them eat steak. Thatâ€™s the rallying cry at Clydeâ€™s Restaurant Group here as it tries to keep its seats filled â€” and its accountants happy â€” amid waves of bad news about the economy. The 13-restaurant company is wielding discounts to lure penny-pinching customers while taking a hard look at operations to preserve margins. The objective is to offer steak at a price thatâ€™s within patronsâ€™ budgets, but at an overall cost that fits the restaurantsâ€™ financial objectives as ...
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