On their way into a quarterly meeting in December, employees of Brinker   International Inc. passed three luxury vehicles parked outside the corporate headquarters—a Hummer, a Mustang GT and a Cadillac CTS. Little did they know that one of them would take one of those vehicles home. During an awards presentation inside, executives of the Dallas-based company announced the name of the Brinker International GM of the Year. John Gerarde, who runsa ...

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