Executives at Chicago-based Potbelly Corp. reported during the brand’s third-quarter earnings call that they were pleased with the first period in which Potbelly operated as a publicly traded company and that they were optimistic the brand could deliver on its growth targets over the near term. “We compete in the fast-casual category and the sandwich category. At the intersection of those two spaces, we think the concept has a lot of room to grow,” chairman and chief ...

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