IRVING Texas CEC Entertainment Inc., parent to the 542-unit Chuck E. Cheese’s chain, said Friday that the effects of and fears surrounding the H1N1 flu, or swine flu, could lead to a 20-percent drop in same-store sales for the first three days of the current week. In a conference call on Friday to discuss the company’s first-quarter results, which included a 4-percent gain in profit and a 1.2-percent revenue increase, the company said same-store sales fell 8 percent during the fourth ...

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