The concept seems stuck in the 1950s. The menus are strictly old-school. And the pace of unit expansion is funereal. In fact, nothing is very sexy about Cincinnati-based Frisch’s Restaurants, Inc., except its financial performance over time. It has reported a profit every year since going public in 1960, and paid cash dividends to shareholders every quarter (196 in a row) during this period, even during lousy economies like this one. We were taken aback recently when an investment analyst ...

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