Restaurant executives operating in tough economic times find themselves under increased pressure to meet the already difficult demands of turning a profitâ€”circumstances that can be further complicated by an unsympathetic and overly impatient board of directors.Such was the case with Craig Miller. Millerâ€™s recent sacking as chairman, chief executive and president of Ruthâ€™s Chris Steak House, the upscale-steakhouse chain, came late last month at the hands of the companyâ€™s board. ...
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