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The SEC has an issue with restaurant operator filings

  • The SEC is downright ornery that Noodles (NDLS) and other restaurants companies use the word "guest" to describe their customers.
  • The agency contends the term doesn't accurately portray the business transaction going on when a person eats a meal at a dining establishment.
  • So far, Noodles has relented by keeping the term "guest" out of its most recent filings.
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Comments (2)
  • BruceInKY
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    And I don't much care for nanny-state government employees who use the term "public servant" either.
    24 Sep 2013, 07:27 AM Reply Like
  • Tyammons
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    SERIOUSLY? All of the unchecked manipulation in the market and this is a focus for the SEC?
    24 Sep 2013, 07:53 AM Reply Like
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