Dan Cathy has been promoted to chair and chief executive of Chick-fil-A, replacing his father, who remains as chair emeritus, according to press reports late Thursday. S. Truett Cathy, who founded the Atlanta-based quick-service chain, is 92 and in good health. Reports indicate that the move was part of a long-planned succession. Truett Cathy will turn his attention more fully to entrepreneurial efforts, including a new restaurant concept called Truett’s Luau, which is ...
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