IHOP’s menu will be streamlined and engineered for value over the next 18 to 24 months as parent company DineEquity Inc. strives to turn around lackluster sales for the family dining brand. In a call to analysts following the release of mixed results for the June 30-ended second quarter on Tuesday and the announcement that IHOP president Jean Birch would be stepping down, Julia Stewart, DineEquity’s chair and chief executive, said declining consumer confidence and economic ...
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