ATLANTA Citing an effective media campaign coupled with improved operations, AFC Enterprises Inc., parent of the Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen quick-serve chicken chain, said this week its same-store sales performance for the second quarter was its best in three years. The company’s profit and revenue for the July 12-ended second quarter dipped, but AFC raised its guidance for the full year on its stronger sales. Its stock rose 11.9 percent Thursday to close at $8.93 per share. Its 52-week high ...

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