Real Mex Restaurants has overhauled its executive team, including six new appointments, following a recent shift in ownership, the company said Thursday. Last month, private-equity firm Z Capital Partners LLC said it had increased its equity stake in the Cypress, Calif.-based operator of the El Torito, Acapulco and Chevys Fresh Mex brands. After buying out an unnamed “non-strategic minority holder,” Z Capital said in November it was the largest shareholder of Real Mex. The ...
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