Buffalo Wild Wings Inc. is planning to introduce new chicken wing pricing and expand a guest experience initiative that company officials said would improve upon mixed first-quarter earnings results. During a call with investors to discuss first-quarter results, chief executive Sally Smith said work to improve margins, which contracted 3 percent to 17 percent of sales during the March 31-ended quarter, would continue. Buffalo Wild Wings’ food and labor costs both rose compared ...

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