Morton’s Restaurant Group Inc. is in the middle of a corporate strategic review, which may end in a sale of the public company with a market capitalization of $110 million. But a possible deal is not slowing the progress of the Chicago-based company’s turnaround plans, which include new restaurants, a focus on the private party business and altered menu pricing strategies. Chris Artinian, chief executive of Chicago-based Morton’s, which operates 77 locations of ...

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