Slower same-store sales trends reported in March and April seem to have seeped into May and June as well, especially in the casual-dining segment, an industry analyst reported as many companies prepared to release second-quarter earnings. RELATED • Darden to benefit from Yard House deal, analysts say • Analyst: Tough year ahead for new McDonald's CEO • More restaurant industry finance news Quick-service restaurants are showing some resiliency, said Andy Barish, equity ...

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