Bravo Brio Restaurant Group, the Columbus, Ohio-based operator of more than 100 Italian restaurants, has been managing through a major transition in the casual-dining segment the past few years, adjusting to shifts in consumer confidence and discretionary income, as well as changing tastes for more healthful items, chief executive Saed Mohseni said. So how does the parent company to Bravo Cucina Italiana and Brio Tuscan Grille attain a little certainty in an uncertain time? By opening its ...

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