Ruby Tuesday Inc. said Wednesday that a menu overhaul and closing underperforming restaurants would help it improve same-store sales. James J. Buettgen, chairman, president and chief executive of the Maryville, Tenn.-based company, said cost savings from administration and waste management would also improve profitability, as would the closure of 24 underperforming restaurants in the third quarter. Ruby Tuesday’s same-store sales in the third quarter ended March 4 fell 1.9 percent at ...
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