Noodles & Company officials partly attributed lower second-quarter profits to harsh winter weather in the eastern U.S. The opening of 16 new restaurants during the quarter ended July 1 helped revenue rise 11.5 percent, to $99.5 million, from $89.2 million in the comparable period. However, profit declined to $3.7 million, from $4 million in 2013. Systemwide same-store sales at the 410-unit Broomfield, Colo.-based chain sank 0.7 percent, divided between a decrease of 0.6 percent at ...

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