MARYVILLE Tenn. Ruby Tuesday Inc., parent of the 672-unit casual-dining chain, reported this week that it swung to a profit in its latest quarter from a year-ago loss with help from better sales and traffic trends. The improved performance, according to the company, is a result of Ruby Tuesday’s brand reimaging, which includes new menu items, a new restaurant design, revamped bar areas and a focus on service. The chain's repositioned branding effort began in 2007 and was completed about a ...
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