Solid numbers like the ones Noodles & Co. reported at the conclusion of its initial quarter as a publicly owned company will definitely keep shareholders happy. But plans revealed during its conference call with analysts might be a cause for worry among its rivals in both the fast casual and casual dining segments. Let’s look at those numbers first. Noodles & Co. went public in early July via a wildly successful initial public offering. Shares in the company were priced at ...
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