Chairman and chief executive, DineEquity Inc. Operating the largest casual-dining and family-dining chains — both of which have struggled at times with negative sales — puts DineEquity in a party of one. The company’s chains together boast about 3,600 units, and while legacy brands, they are making some bold moves into new phases of technology and menu development. Applebee’s, for example, is rolling out the use of touch-screen tablets to its 1,865 U.S. restaurants ...

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