Back Yard Burgers has been tackling its turnaround for the past year a half, and its chief executive says recent initiatives are taking hold. David McDougall, who became Nashville, Tenn.-based Back Yard Burgers’ chief executive in January 2013, as the brand emerged from bankruptcy, said a remodeled unit in Franklin, Tenn., which had suffered a fire, and menu initiatives are among elements that bode well for the company’s future. Back Yard Burgers now has 68 units, with 22 ...
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