The economic picture in California is improving rapidly, and public restaurant chains with a large presence in the Golden State are expected to outperform for the rest of the year, according to an analyst report released this week. Having a number of locations in California was once considered a liability for a restaurant chain. The state was hit particularly hard by the recession, and several restaurant chains have blamed lingering unemployment over the past few years for slowing ...

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