Racial discrimination claims against Darden Restaurants Inc. and its Capital Grille steakhouse chain have been dropped by a group representing restaurant workers, a spokesman for the Orlando, Fla.-based casual-dining company said Wednesday. Rich Jeffers, Darden’s director of media relations and external communications, said the discrimination allegations in a lawsuit filed in January by Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United were dropped but claims of wage improprieties ...

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