MARYVILLE Tenn. Ruby Tuesday Inc. has been the poster child for all the woes of casual dining for the past two years. That may have come to a halt this week. The company, which operates or franchises 902 restaurants, reported third-quarter adjusted profit that topped Wall Street estimates, and the company said its 2009 loss would be smaller than previously expected. It heralded cost control and debt reduction and noted that monthly sales trends, while still negative, have improved ...
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