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Texas Roadhouse finds workers harder to come by than sales

The casual-dining operator says that labor is its biggest challenge, and it's already feeling pressure on profit margins.


Remembering Kent Taylor

Tributes to the Texas Roadhouse co-founder and longtime leader are pouring out, often from figures far removed from restaurants.

The late Texas Roadhouse CEO was a maverick, and that extended to the comments he made to investors. Here are a few of his best quotes.

Morgan adds the title after serving for just three months as president. Taylor's successor as chairman was not named, and no further details of his death were revealed.

The 65-year-old was suffering from the aftereffects of COVID-19, according to a statement.

Kent Taylor, the founder and longtime CEO of Texas Roadhouse whose death was announced Thursday evening, was never one for explanations, never mind following convention.

As sales come close to pre-pandemic levels, the company is looking to licensing and e-commerce for sustained growth.

Big-name players are realigning top management to provide more flexibility and give additional attention to new revenue streams.

He assumes the job from CEO Kent Taylor, who said the move will free him to focus on new business endeavors for the company.

Included in the development plan is one location of the company's drive-thru concept, Jaggers.

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