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O'Charley's owner gets a new president

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.

The outgoing Domino’s CEO doesn’t plan to retire, but says that all “conspiracy theories” about his plans are wrong.

A look at the industry's dominant brands reveals some surprising patterns.

Isabella’s company forced workers to sign nondisclosure agreements to hide sexual misconduct, the suit alleges.

An assessment of the Starbucks CEO’s political sensibilities provides some lessons on his business style.

Diversified Restaurant Holdings' former CFO moves up to CEO, succeeding founder Michael Ansley.

Finding a turnaround course for Arby’s was easy for its new ceo. All he did was ask.

He fills the vacancy left at WingHouse by the departure of Terry Ryan.

The chain has its third CEO in about 13 months.

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