Denny’s Corp. executives said they will need to raise menu prices to counter inflation pressures in a call with analysts discussing third-quarter earnings. Company officials remain cautiously optimistic on the chain’s current strategy of blending everyday value propositions and compelling limited-time offers, and said those methods will continue to help build sales. The Spartanburg, S.C.-based operator, franchisor and licensor of 1,677 family-dining restaurants said net income ...
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