Pizza Inn Holdings Inc. said Thursday that chief executive Charles R. Morrison has stepped down and Clinton J. Coleman has been named interim CEO. The Colony, Texas-based company has launched a search to replace Morrison, who has accepted another job that a spokeswoman said could not yet be revealed. Coleman, managing director of Pizza Inn’s largest investor, Newcastle Capital Management, has served on Pizza Inn’s board since 2007. RELATED • Pizza Inn names ...
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