Despite stiff commodities headwinds, Texas Roadhouse saw net income and revenue rise in its second quarter ended July 1. Kent Taylor, founder, chairman and CEO of the Louisville, Ky.-based casual-dining operator, credited revenue and same-store sales growth to his team’s commitment to the basics of great service and food. RELATED • Texas Roadhouse 2Q net income rises 17% • Texas Roadhouse 4Q net income rises 23% • More restaurant finance news “We ...

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