BIRMINGHAM Ala. Industry veteran Greg Dollarhyde will assume the roles of president and chief executive of Zoë’s Kitchen, a 21-unit fast-casual chain where he already serves as executive chairman. In his expanded role, Dollarhyde replaces Zoë’s co-founder John Cassimus, who left the company to pursue other interests. In addition, Zoë’s said that Trey Hornsby has been named chief operating officer, with the goal of doubling the chain's sales in the next 18 to 24 months. Hornsby, an ...

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