GOLDEN Colo. The current credit crunch in financial markets has forced Good Times Restaurants Inc., the parent of the 54-unit Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard, to scale back its expansion plans into the Midwest, the company said Thursday. Good Times also announced the departure of two executives in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Jim DeBolt, vice president of franchise development, is stepping down June 30, and long-term marketing vice president Robert Turrill ...
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