Like senior citizens dancing the Electric Slide at a grandchild’s wedding reception and then having a video clip posted on to prove it, the family-dining segment is busting loose in its old age. Reading demographic tea leaves that indicate the segment might be severely impacted in the next 15 years when millions of baby boomers begin leaving the workforce or dying, family ...

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