Consumer timidity, margin pressures and a tough global economy are posing huge hurdles for restaurant companies in 2013. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be some winners. At the ICR XChange, an annual gathering of the investment community and public and private companies held in January, analysts shared their views on the road ahead and the restaurant stocks they expect will be the best-performing by year’s end. “An investor who purchased the entire recommended ...

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