STAMFORD Conn. Centerplate Inc., the sports, entertainment and convention center foodservice specialist, reported a 51.2-percent drop in net income for the third quarter ended Oct. 2, versus the same period a year ago, despite a 12.4-percent increase in sales to $246.1 million. Centerplate officials blamed the smaller profit on differences in the company’s income tax provision, or estimated tax liability, for the third quarters of 2006 and 2007. For the latest quarter Centerplate ...

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