Houston hospitality titan Tilman Fertitta, owner of Landry's Restaurants, last week predicted his bid for McCormick & Schmick's would eventually bear fruit. In an address Thursday at the Houston Chronicle 100 event, Fertitta said his $137.3 million, recently extended offer at $9.25 a share for the 94-unit Portland, Ore.-based seafood chain would be accepted. "When it's all over," he told the group, "I'll end up with it, because that's just the way it ...

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