SCOTTSDALE ARIZ. —Wincing from conditions in their own industry, restaurateurs attending the Restaurant Leadership Conference learned the grass isn’t always greener on the other side, be it professional baseball or the airline business. Speakers from other sectors of the economy cited the familiar one-two punch of consumers spending less while operating expenses skyrocket. Yet each lament—along with the predictions of worse times ahead—was ...
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