CHICAGO —Acting too drastically to improve short-term profits in the current down economy will hurt restaurants in the long term, according to executives who spoke during the 7th Annual Restaurant Executive Breakfast at the NRA Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show. Noting that economic downturns are a normal part of the business cycle, the executives warned that passing on higher operating costs to customers through menu price increases or ...
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