NEW YORK —Leaders of some of the industry’s largest casual-dining and quick-service brands do not believe the sky is falling, even amid the unprecedented credit chill, recently extreme stock market volatility, consumers’ stricter belt-tightening and persistent cost inflation. Despite the ailing economy, executives of Darden Restaurants, Buffalo Wild Wings, California Pizza Kitchen, AFC Enterprises and the new Wendy’s/Arby’s ...
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