As the Northeast braced itself Friday for what forecasters were calling the blizzard of the century, Wall Street analysts predicted February restaurant sales would likely take a major hit. The storm was expected to dump up to two feet of snow in some areas over the weekend, and airlines suspended thousands of flights out of New York and Boston. Schools throughout the region were closed or dismissed early Friday and some cities announced plans to suspend mass transit on Friday ...
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