HUNTINGTON BEACH Calif. BJ’s Restaurants Inc., continuing to defy the odds against it as the recession lingers, on Thursday reported a 52-percent increase in profit and touted the continuing growth of the 85-unit chain. While other casual-dining companies are aggressively cutting costs and putting growth plans on hold, BJ’s said it continued to invest in its brand during the second quarter, rolling out a comprehensive menu overhaul, ...
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