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Feds: Texas Roadhouse is stalling and 'out for blood' in discrimination case
Mar 9, 2017 - Louisville Business First (Kentucky)

A few weeks ago, a Boston Globe column called Louisville-based Texas Roadhouse a peddler of "mediocre ribs." Now the company is upset about it and "out for blood," according to federal attorneys.

The column in question, which you can read here, is related to an age discrimination case brought against the steakhouse chain by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and that was recently tried in Boston. The crack about the mediocre ribs was a bit of snark that columnist Yvonne Abrah

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