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Ruby Tuesday's Founder Steps Down and More News

Ruby Tuesday's Founder Steps Down and More News

In today's Weekly Media Mix, 'MasterChef' contestants include a blind chef, plus a new ABC Cocina

Arthur Bovino

Media Mix

The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Restaurants
Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten will replace his tapas place Pipa with ABC Cocina, a Latin spot with paella, croquettes, and small plates, all with a local spin. [Grub Street]

Industry
Ruby Tuesday founder Sandy Beall stepped down as CEO to pursure "personal ventures." [The Daily Times]

Scandal
"At the Golden Rose" tavern in the Ukranian city Lviv was boycotted for anti-Semitic accusations, as the restaurant plays Klezmer music, gives black hats with black sidelocks to customers, and tells customers to haggle over the price of the meal. [New York Daily News]

Celebrities
Aasif Mandvi, senior correspondent on The Daily Show, is apparently starring in a feature film as a chef, plus an off-Broadway show about a restaurant. And he still doesn't know much about food. [Seattle Times]

Politics
It's great that McDonald's has planned the dismissal of sow gestation crates by 2022, but sow producers are saying it may cost $200 to $300 per sow to change the way they're raised. [BusinessWeek]

Coffee
Starbucks is debuting new single-serving K4 cups at retail locations, probably because they're planning to launch their own K4 cups to take over the office place even more. [RTTNews]

Media
A contestant on the latest season of Gordon Ramsay's MasterChef is the first blind cook to compete. "Not being able to see definitely helps [against intimidation]," she says. [NY Post]


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


Stitch Fix CEO, Among Youngest Female Founders to Go IPO, Moves to Executive Chair

Stitch Fix founder and CEO Katrina Lake during an event in 2018.

Kimberly Chin

Stitch Fix Inc. founder and Chief Executive Katrina Lake will step down from her role and assume a position as executive chairwoman, the company said Tuesday.

The online fashion retailer has named President Elizabeth Spaulding as the next CEO. She will also be elected to the board. The leadership changes will go into effect on Aug. 1, the company said.

Ms. Lake founded the company in 2011 while she was a student at Harvard Business School.

Along with online-dating company Bumble Inc. founder Whitney Wolfe Herd, Ms. Lake is one of the youngest women to take a company public. She was 34 years old when Stitch Fix began trading in 2017.

Stitch Fix’s shares have increased more than threefold in the past 12 months and tumbled over 4% after hours to around $47.


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