As Hurricane Irene threatens to unleash powerful winds and rain in a 10-state swath from the North Carolina coast to New England this weekend, analysts are already projecting the storm’s impact on restaurant companies most at risk with a large number of units in the storm’s path. Through the weekend, the storm is expected to result in canceled airline flights, the shut-down of public transportation systems, and traffic jams as residents evacuate flood-prone coastal and low-lying ...

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