Mexican Restaurants Inc., the Houston-based parent to the Casa Ole, Mission Burrito and other brands, said it plans to delist from the Nasdaq exchange to ease costs and reporting obligations. The company, which has 72 corporate and franchised units, said Friday it was eligible for delisting because it has fewer than 300 shareholders. “We’re taking this important step with our shareholders’ interests in mind," Curt Glowacki, chief executive of Mexican Restaurants, ...
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