Ruby Tuesday Inc. has agreed to acquire the fast-casual Lime Fresh Mexican Grill chain for $24 million, but the casual-dining operator also plans to close up to 27 underperforming locations of its namesake brand in coming months. The announcement Wednesday came during Ruby Tuesday’s Feb. 28-ended third quarter report, which officials said showed disappointing results with a 71-percent drop in profit, largely due to impairment charges from the planned closure of 25 to 27 restaurants in ...

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