Acrisis is a terrible thing to waste.While walking the halls, holding meetings and breaking bread at the Restaurant Finance & Development Conference in Las Vegas, it was clear the industry would heed that warning. Operators, lenders and analysts all pointed to the significant moves the best companies are making to come out of this downturn stronger than before: the better labor scheduling, tidier procurement processes and lease restructurings to reduce real estate costs.(To see charts from ...

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