Record-high chicken wing prices cut into profit margins for Minneapolis-based Buffalo Wild Wings for much of 2012, but the casual-dining brand expressed optimism that earnings for 2013 could grow as much as 25 percent if new locations, a new menu pricing system and service upgrades pay off as expected. “We faced challenges last year, but we maintained a disciplined approach to ensure our long-term success,” chief executive Sally Smith said during a fourth-quarter earnings ...

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