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A search is commencing immediately for a successor, the chain said.
The revamp includes six new hires by CEO James O'Reilly.
The former Deloitte CEO is currently the commissioner of the WNBA.
No reason was given for the departure of Marianne Radley after just more than a year as U.S. chief brand officer.
Six months into the job, James O’Reilly is re-stoking the barbecue.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer, plus a pair of institutional investors, are questioning why Easterbrook was able to keep stock options after his firing.
The Beekman Group has hired Paul Macaluso, an alumnus of Krystal, McAlister’s and Taco Bell, to spearhead the brand’s growth.
Mike Burns joins the two-chain company as COO, and Douglas Kwong comes aboard to head marketing.
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Sensitivity training will be stepped up, and the chain will look at other remedies such as upgrading its applicant screening.
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