HOUSTON Landryâ€™s Restaurants Inc. has reported flat same-store sales, declining gambling revenues and a 93-percent first-quarter dip in profits on sharply higher interest expenses. â€”Further raising doubts about chairman and chief executive Tilman Fertittaâ€™s ability to pull off a going-private buyout, Fertitta, who already owns 39 percent of Landryâ€™s stock, last month had cited â€śsignificantly worsenedâ€ť credit markets in lowering his ...
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