NASHVILLE, Tenn. J. Alexander's Corp., operator of the namesake casual-dining chain, reported a 34-percent rise in net income on a 4.2 percent rise in revenues for the second quarter, but warned of a possible slowdown for the remainder of the year. Lonnie J. Stout II, J. Alexander's chairman, president and chief executive officer, cited softer sales at the beginning of the third quarter in explaining his caution about the remainder of 2007. He also noted that restaurant margins ...

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