Predictions for a strong 2011 abound, from operators feeling that sales have started to return to analysts looking toward a slow but steady consumer and economic recovery. It seems to me that all signs of late for the industry, whether third-quarter conference calls from the largest of restaurant companies or expectations of resumed growth at regional chains, point to better days ahead. The most recent consumer restaurant spending survey from analyst Larry Miller at RBC Capital Markets shows ...
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