NASHVILLE Tenn. O’Charley’s Inc., parent of the troubled O’Charley’s, Ninety Nine Restaurants and Stoney River Legendary Steaks casual-dining brands, said Tuesday that Gregory Burns, its chairman and chief executive, would retire next year, effective Feb. 12. The announcement came as the company separately reported a new agreement between O’Charley’s and activist investor Crescendo Partners, which owns about 12 percent of the restaurant company’s stock and has been calling for change ...
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