Heavy asset impairment charges and comparisons to a 53-week operating year in 2013 drove down Bravo Brio Restaurant Group Inc.’s net income in the fourth quarter and full year. Nonetheless, leaders of the Columbus, Ohio-based casual-dining operator reported optimism for several initiatives in 2014. The 108-unit chain managed to grow full-year revenue 0.5 percent, to $411.1 million. Chief executive Saed Mohseni said in a statement that a successful holiday promotion in December raised ...

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