WASHINGTON Capital-spending activity within the restaurant industry stood at a record low in September as operators reported weak sales and traffic results and more pessimistic attitudes toward the next six months, according to the National Restaurant Association. Just 40 percent of operators polled monthly by the NRA for its Restaurant Performance Index said they had made a capital expenditure for equipment, expansion or remodeling since July, the lowest level on record. Operators ...

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