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A lot of big-name CEOs have left lately

CEOs as a rule don’t stick around in their jobs for long, but the amount of turnover in the restaurant business of late has been unusual.


Papa John’s overhauls its management team

Max Wetzel was named chief commercial and marketing officer, and several executives, including CFO Joe Smith, will leave the company.

In Joe Erlinger, the company’s U.S. business gets an experienced operations executive known for working with franchisees.

Chris Kempczinski’s rapid rise to the top job highlights how much the world’s biggest restaurant company has changed, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Chief People Officer David Fairhurst “departed” the company Monday, one day after CEO Steve Easterbrook was fired. He’s the fourth top executive to leave in recent weeks.

The sandwich giant named Carrie Walsh its new chief marketing officer as its leadership overhaul continues.

The Denver-based burger chain operator named CFO Ryan Zink acting CEO.

The coffee and doughnut chain's former global chief marketing officer will oversee the chain’s biggest market.

The chain’s chief communications officer is reportedly leaving the company amid continued restructuring.

The company’s chief legal officer and chief of staff are among those leaving as the chain cuts corporate overhead.

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