The privately held hospitality company appoints co-CEOs and announces the pending retirement of Charles Moran.
Louis Jacobs and Jeremy Jacobs Jr. have been named co-chief executive officers for Delaware North, a large, privately held global hospitality and foodservice company. Their father Jeremy Jacobs has held this post since 1968.
Charlie Jacobs will become chief executive officer for Delaware North's Boston Holdings, which includes TD Garden, New England Sports Network (NESN), the Boston Bruins and strategic real estate holdings. Jeremy Jacobs will continue in the role of chairman of Delaware North and its holdings and as owner of the Boston Bruins. Louis Jacobs, Jeremy Jacobs Jr. and Charlie Jacobs have all held senior executive positions as principals of Delaware North over the last several years.
In addition, Charles E. Moran, president and chief operating officer of Delaware North, announced his desire to retire in December 2015. Moran has held the post of president and chief operating officer for more than a decade.