SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The management team behind Emily's Market says it believes there's still life left in the concept even though it has collapsed yet again, this time in its second incarnation here. What its managers are looking for now is the right real estate and/or the right partnership -- perhaps with a supermarket -- before launching a third time, according to Mark Cain, president and chief executive officer of The Meal Market, the restaurant investment group that acquired the ...
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