GOLDEN, Colo. -- Boston Chicken here has replaced its top leadership. The change of executives, however, will not affect plans to roll out its new prototype Boston Market unit in Charlotte, N.C., to additional areas or the in-progress program to buy Boston Market units from franchisees, officials said. The company has named J. Michael Jenkins, a 37-year veteran of the restaurant industry, president and chief executive officer. Jenkins most recently was president and chief executive officer ...

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