Benihana Inc. on Tuesday credited increased traffic for lifting sales at its three Japanese restaurant chains in the fourth quarter. The Miami-based company, which last month said it was exploring a possible sale, reported sales of $91.9 million in the quarter ended April 1, up from $81.4 million in the same period last year, which had one less operating week. Backing out the extra week put sales growth at 4.8 percent for the quarter, or $84.7 million. Same-store sales increased 6 percent at ...

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