In a continuing effort to turn around stagnant sales, McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants Inc. outlined a new multiyear remodeling plan, as well as hospitality upgrades and changes to come in management. Bill Freeman, McCormick & Schmick’s chief executive, told analysts Tuesday that the chain had made other improvements over the past 18 months to its menu, bar program and marketing, which he said lifted traffic trends, better connected the brand with younger guests ...
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