Des Hague, the recently appointed chief executive of Centerplate, the contract foodservice provider specializing in sports and convention center locations, discussed the future of the company. The Stamford, Conn.-based firm was acquired last year for around $200 million by private-equity firm Kohlberg & Co. LLC. Centerplate, which has experienced financial difficulties in recent years, is now ready for a turnaround, Hague says. DES HAGUEEducation: business degree ...

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