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

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