LOS ANGELES —Low trading values for restaurant stocks and a desire to cut costs related to reporting requirements for public entities are prompting a growing number of companies to delist their stocks. Recently, Grill Concepts Inc., the Woodland Hills, Calif.-based parent of the Daily Grill chain, and uWink Inc., the three-unit technology-driven restaurant concept based in Van Nuys, Calif., announced plans to withdraw their publicly traded stocks. But with so ...
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