Even as the recession continues to force restaurant operators to close units, cut jobs and reduce salaries, there are signs that the shedding is slowing, according to a survey released Thursday. Seventy-one percent of the 111 restaurant companies that participated in an online study by Dallas-based People Report said they were closing units or reducing the number of new openings, but they noted that most of the downsizing has already occurred.“We interpret the results of this survey ...

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