For an iconic brand celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, Big Boy Restaurants International is packing a lot of news and development into a couple of months. Earlier this week, Warren, Mich.-based Big Boy said its fast-casual better-burger prototype, @burger, had closed its only location after being open for about a year in Ann Arbor, Mich. But the brand won’t spend too much time in the near future considering what went wrong, said chief executive Keith Sirois, because ...

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