Add this to the ever-growing list of current pressures on restaurant executives: job security. As if the economy, consumer skittishness, slowing sales, increasing costs and looming legislation weren’t enough to keep the restaurant chief executive up at night, the possibility of losing the corner office may indeed cause insomnia.This month, high-profile chief executive departures took place at such well-known industry brands as Buca Inc., Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. and Starbucks Corp. In ...
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