Cracker Barrel Old Country Story Inc., the parent of 601 restaurant-and-retail locations, reported Tuesday a year-over-year uptick in third-quarter profit, as revenue and same-store sales remained relatively flat. The company also reported reduced expectations for its full year, which ends in July, moving its expected earnings per share from between $3.95 and $4.10 per share to between $3.80 and $3.90 per share. The company indicated that its weaker performance resulted from tough economic ...

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