Driven by more favorable tax rates and lease terms or other incentives, several restaurant companies are relocating their corporate headquarters or contemplating a move to more business-friendly locales. ACF Enterprises Inc., the parent of the 1,977-unit Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen brand, is moving into a new corporate office in its home base of Atlanta later this year, and Bob Evans Farms Inc. said it would leave Columbus, Ohio, for a new headquarters complex 23 miles away in the village of ...

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