Denny’s Corp. reported a more than 33-percent increase in second-quarter net income on Monday, saying the brand revitalization efforts are taking hold. The Spartanburg, S.C.-based family dining chain completed 43 remodels during the quarter, including both company and franchised units, with 30 featuring the new “Heritage” design. John Miller, Denny’s president and chief executive, said guest traffic rose for the second consecutive quarter. “We generated another ...

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