If restaurateurs view Tuesday night’s election as an unqualified triumph of the industry’s political interests, they’re setting themselves up for an unpleasant surprise, warned a panel analyzing the results for a roomful of chain executives. The panel of analysts told attendees of the People Report Best Practices Conference on Wednesday morning that they’d be mistaken to read the wholesale turnout of Democrat officeholders at the federal and state levels as a ...

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