CEO Rodger Head on getting customers to think of brand as more than a stir-fry concept
Rodger Head had what he termed an “eventful” end of 2010 as he and business partner Clyde Culp guided their franchise business Duke and King Acquisition Corp. into Chapter 11 bankruptcy and worked toward a sales turnaround at bd’s Mongolian Grill. But 2011 got off to a much better start, he said. As Duke and King searches for a buyer for its 87 Burger King restaurants, the business continues to see solid performance from its franchised Popeyes units, Head said. He spoke ...
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