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Century-old Nathan’s Famous aims for youth with new look


Shares of restaurant companies fell further Monday even as Wall Street recovered from its Friday selloff.

Jim Balis, managing director with CapitalSpring, says operators should try everything from artificial intelligence to cryptocurrency to help get workers.

Some customers who came to pick up prepaid dinners at the fast casual left empty handed due to “isolated instances of being extremely short-staffed,” the chain said.

The Bottom Line: The company says it is not for sale. But valuation concerns and a lack of obvious buyers make a deal especially complicated.