To many foodservice executives, late 2008—when the country and the industry were being pulled deeper into the recession—hardly seemed the right time for a big career move. But for Jeff O’Neill, late last year was the right time, and Einstein Noah Restaurant Group was the right place.O’Neill was hired as the company’s president and chief executive after years as a marketing executive with Quaker Oats and PepsiCo, and most recently as head of Priszm Income Fund, a large Canadian franchisee of ...
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