Ruby Tuesday Inc.’s challenging year has resulted in several executive departures and heightened investor concern. In October, the Maryville, Tenn.-based casual-dining chain saw the resignation of chairman Matthew Drapkin, who was replaced by president and chief executive James J. “JJ” Buettgen, and the reported departure of Robert LeBoeuf, senior vice president and chief people officer. The company did not return emails about LeBoeuf’s departure. The ...
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