It’s always painful when a sharp blade splits the skin, but to Don Doyle the collision of French knife and finger truly hurt so good.
 Doyle, the former president of KFC’s U.S. division and chief executive of both Carl Karcher Enterprises and Rally’s, was training in 1998 to be a franchisee for Qdoba Mexican Grill when he sliced his finger instead of the chicken breast he was commanded to cube. The incident prompted the corporate trainer to chuckle at yet another ...

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