Craig S. Miller, chairman, president and chief executive of Ruth’s Chris Steak House Inc. and a former chairman of the National Restaurant Association, was once just a typical 13-year-old, in need of some pocket money and looking for an after-school job in central Florida, where his family had just moved.A neighbor owned a restaurant and hired Miller as a cleaner and dishwasher, he recalls.One day, the “sandwich lady” failed to come in, and the rest, as they say, is history. He got into ...
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