DUBLIN Ohio A strategy of raising prices to match competitors' charges dampened Wendy's transactions during the quarter ended July 1, holding same-store sales gains to .7 percent for company-run units and .4 percent for franchised stores, Wendy's International Inc. said Friday. "Second-quarter same-store sales growth was not as strong as the first quarter as we continue to execute our market-based pricing strategy," president and chef executive Kerrii Anderson said in a statement. "We ...

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