Kona Grill executives assured analysts Thursday that they intend to bring the past year’s chief executive carousel to a standstill. Current chief executive and president Berke Bakay, who was appointed in January, said the morale at the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based company remained positive, despite the CEO changes of the past year. “It's true that there's been a lot of turnover, but I think if you were to poll the board members one by one, they're very confident that we're moving in ...

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