Ruby Tuesday’s chairman and chief executive said the chain’s five-year repositioning strategy — which includes the introduction of a new format — has left the once-struggling casual dining operator in much better financial shape with positive same-store sales and good cash flow. Speaking to attendees at the Wells Fargo Securities conference in New York on Wednesday, Sandy Beall also said the company’s future success lies in providing customers with relevant, ...

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