Targeted advertising, menu changes and increased customer traffic spurred fourth-quarter and full-year profit and revenue growth at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc., the company said Wednesday. The Lebanon, Tenn.-based company, which operates more than 600 namesake restaurant and retail locations, posted a near doubling of fourth-quarter net income, driven by a 14-percent increase in revenue. Fourth-quarter same-store restaurant sales rose 3.8 percent. For the quarter ended Aug. ...

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