The casual-dining operator reports for the first time since going public in July
Executives at Chuy’s Holdings Inc., a Mexican restaurant operator that went public in July, reported a large profit increase for the second quarter and said Wednesday that new-unit growth will drive profits in the years ahead. In its first earnings call Wednesday as a public company, Chuy’s reported that profit in the second quarter, ended June 24, increased 156.8 percent to $1.7 million, from $674,000 in the prior-year period. Revenue rose 32 percent to $43.5 million, from $33 ...
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