Q&A: Boyd Hoback, Good Times president and chief executive

Q&A: Boyd Hoback, Good Times president and chief executive

The quick-service chain reinvents itself in a playing field filled with better-burger competitors

The Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard chain is undergoing a refresh of its image and operations to better compete in a crowded world of “better burger” players.

The move comes after investment group Small Island Investments Ltd. acquired a majority stake of Golden, Colo.-based parent Good Times Restaurants Inc.’s outstanding shares in a deal that closed last December.

Other restaurant investments by Boston-based Small Island have included the Piccadilly P

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