DALLAS Dave & Buster’s Inc., operator of 50 casual-dining and entertainment venues, swung to a profit in its second quarter from a year-ago loss on controlled costs and higher sales boosted by consumer spending surrounding the federal stimulus checks and stronger amusement revenue. The privately held company earned $970,000 in its latest quarter ended Aug. 3, compared with a year-ago net loss of $681,000. Dave & Buster's reduced operating expenses to 94.8 percent of total sales, ...
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