GOLDEN, Colo. -- What is it about a company that allows it to increase profits exponentially every year, open a new unit every day and set a trend that competitors scramble to emulate? Such questions often arise when the subject is Boston Market. Having increased its revenue from $43 million in 1992 to $384 million in 1994, and with more than 700 outlets in operation, the chain is spearheading the phenomenon of home meal replacement, which is being imitated nationwide not only by other ...

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