The day the Nation’s Restaurant News staff put the Oct. 13 issue to bed, the Dow Jones Industrial average fell nearly 400 points by the closing bell, marking it as the second “Black Monday” in a row and qualifying it for some sort of bleak historic distinction in the record book.Not surprisingly, several news stories written for that issue reflected the unprecedented economic upheaval that has been roiling the foodservice waters for the past several months. Chain officials, restaurateurs and ...

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