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Cosi, Inc. [NASDAQ:COSI] announced Monday that it has terminated RJ Dourney as its chief executive officer and president, effective immediately. Board of Director member Patrick Bennett has already started serving as the company's interim chief executive and president. Meanwhile, Cosi is searching for a permanent CEO.

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