Tim Taft isn’t ashamed to say he’s jobless. He’s thrilled about taking his kids to school in the morning and having private breakfasts with his wife for the first time in years.As the recently resigned chief executive of Pizza Inn, based in The Colony, Texas, Taft spent the past two and a half years leading the company out of what he calls “a death spiral” of negative same-store sales, franchisee apathy and crippling lawsuits to what insiders are calling a near-complete turnaround.The slide ...
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