NEW YORK More than four out of 10 consumers are dining out less often than they did six months ago and almost as many are choosing less-expensive places when they do go out, according to a new research study by management consulting firm Booz & Co. The data also indicated that people are likely to cut back further on dining out if the economy fails to improve. The report, based on a survey in late September of nearly 1,000 adults, also found that 35 percent of consumers now pack ...

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