Noodles & Company’s stock price took a modest tumble Thursday following a third-quarter earnings report that didn’t meet the expectations of Wall Street analysts. The Broomfield, Colo.-based fast-casual chain on Wednesday reported a 45-percent increase in net income, after adjusting for charges related to the recent initial public offering and debt extinguishment. Noodles & Company has become a darling of investors following its IPO in July, in which the ...

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