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December 8, 1998 | (P.J. Huffstutter)
A former president of Shakey's Inc. filed a breach-of-contract suit Monday claiming that the Irvine-based pizza restaurant franchise wrongfully terminated him. Dennis McCart says he is entitled to $200,000 in back pay from the company, according to the suit, filed in Superior Court in Santa Ana. McCart said he signed an employment contract to become the company's president in June 1996.
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August 24, 1999 | Greg Hernandez, Greg Hernandez covers the restaurant industry for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-5989 and at greg.hernandez@latimes.com
When Irvine-based Shakey's Inc. opened a restaurant in Foothill Ranch, the company decided to go a bit more upscale in both decor and menu than at its other nine pizza parlors in Orange County. Shakey's Cafe, which opened two years ago, offered gourmet pizzas and pastas in addition to traditional Shakey's menu items such as pizza, chicken and mojo potatoes. But residents of Foothill Ranch weren't buying the more contemporary version.
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August 24, 1999 | Greg Hernandez, Greg Hernandez covers the restaurant industry for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-5989 and at greg.hernandez@latimes.com
When Irvine-based Shakey's Inc. opened a restaurant in Foothill Ranch, the company decided to go a bit more upscale in both decor and menu than at its other nine pizza parlors in Orange County. Shakey's Cafe, which opened two years ago, offered gourmet pizzas and pastas in addition to traditional Shakey's menu items such as pizza, chicken and mojo potatoes. But residents of Foothill Ranch weren't buying the more contemporary version.
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December 8, 1998 | (P.J. Huffstutter)
A former president of Shakey's Inc. filed a breach-of-contract suit Monday claiming that the Irvine-based pizza restaurant franchise wrongfully terminated him. Dennis McCart says he is entitled to $200,000 in back pay from the company, according to the suit, filed in Superior Court in Santa Ana. McCart said he signed an employment contract to become the company's president in June 1996.
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