While the return of W. Kent Taylor to the post of chief executive at Texas Roadhouse may yield a few changes for the brand, the casual-dining chain’s founder says he’s never moved too far away from the daily operations of the concept he launched back in 1993. Following the resignation of former chief executive G.J. Hart, who left Louisville, Ky.-based Texas Roadhouse Aug. 14 to become CEO of California Pizza Kitchen, Taylor resumed the role he had held at Texas Roadhouse from ...

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