The latest MillerPulse survey, which tracks restaurant sales and operator sentiment, showed for the first time in the survey’s nearly three-year history that more operators expect August same-store sales results to be worse than July. The pessimism was palpable throughout the August MillerPulse survey, which collected data during the second week of August from more than 100 restaurateurs across the country at brands representing about 20 percent of total industry sales. Respondents ...

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