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The once secretive burger giant is now freely talking about its turnaround strategy—including what's working and what will take more time.
Boyd Hoback oversees two successful chains, including a rare exception to the downturn in casual dining. So who is he?
The chain has named a new CFO and chief development officer.
The spotlight has missed Boyd Hoback, CEO and president of Good Times Restaurants.
The chain has its third CEO in about 13 months.
Brian O’Hagan first joined the chain as an area director in 2013.
Brian Livingston is returning to the company after leaving in 2014.
The parent company of O’Charley’s and Village Inn has appointed family-dining veteran Craig Barber as president, with oversight of 474 restaurants and franchise rights to 96 more.
Bruce Lane has been promoted to the position after starting at the company this past June.
He'll be succeeded by Blaine Hurst, but will remain involved with the chain while simultaneously serving in a strategic role for owner JAB Holdings.
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