Tim Hortons Inc. said Wednesday it is searching for a new chief executive after former leader Don Schroeder left the company. Schroeder, who had served as chief executive since 2008, will be replaced on an interim basis by Paul House, Tim Hortons’ current executive chairman and former CEO. The reasons behind Schroeder’s departure have not been made public. “Don Schroeder has made significant contributions to Tim Hortons during his 20 years of service,” House ...
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