New store development picked up, but average gains in unit-level performance declined, causing America’s largest restaurant brands to experience slower collective growth in systemwide sales in the Latest Year, Nation’s Restaurant News Top 100 research found. The 2014 NRN Top 100 tallied aggregate sales of $222.1 billion, representing a 3.2-percent increase compared with Preceding-Year sales, which had increased 5.6 percent to $215.2 billion. This NRN Top 100 benchmarking report, ...

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