NEW YORK —Usually, the restaurant industry is first in when the economy slumps and first out when it improves, but a new study suggests that may not be the case this time around. The study, called “Please Sir, We Want Some More for Less,” found that consumers are unlikely to shed their desire for discounts even as the recession fades, making it more difficult for operators to grow their top lines even as the economy turns. The study ...
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