Sometimes you wouldn't need a whole database to be restored, just a table. This is how you would restore just a single table.
In this example, I'll be restoring a table called 'users' in the database business_db, from a daily backup created the morning of the request.
1. Locate backup
tar -zxvf cpmove-business.tar.gz cpmove-business/mysql
The files are now extracted and ready to go
2. Create temporary database so we can import what we need.
mysql> CREATE database TEMP_SAU;
Query OK, 1 row affected (0.00 sec)
CHECK THE SQL FILE BEFORE DOING STEP 3 - DON'T DO IF IT HAS:
DROP DATABASE IF EXISTS `business_db`;
IT'LL WIPE OUT THE RUNNING DATABASE!
3. Import yesterdays backup
mysql TEMP_SAU < cpmove-business/mysql/business_db.sql
4. Dump just the table we need
mysqldump --add-drop-table TEMP_SAU users > users.sql
5. Import just that table into the live database
mysql business_db < users.sql
6. Clean up after yourself
rm -rf cpmove-business users.sql
mysql> drop database TEMP_SAU;
Query OK, 199 rows affected (1.92 sec)