If restaurateurs weren’t declaring unfettered optimism about the economic outlook in the coming months, they were, at the very least, not expressing complete dread during the National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago. Observers said traffic at the show was up from a year ago and innovative solutions were on display to help companies streamline their operations with an eye to beefing up their bottom lines. Anecdotally, heads of chain restaurant companies ...

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