MINNEAPOLIS Wallace B. Doolin has resigned as chief executive of casual-dining operator Buca Inc. as part of a 13-percent, $2.1 million cut in the company’s headquarters payroll, Buca said Tuesday. Doolin will continue as chairman, the company added. Doolin will relinquish the CEO’s title on Feb. 1 to John Bettin, who remains president and chief operating officer, the company said in a statement.Buca also said it would all but halt expansion, with just one Buca di Beppo restaurant ...
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