MIAMI Ahead of a Monday vote on Benihana Inc.’s pending merger with a subsidiary that will effectively issue 12.5 million shares of new common stock and raise $30 million, supportive corporate management and major shareholder opponents were publicly crossing swords. At the special shareholder vote scheduled for next week, the parent to three Japanese-themed chains is seeking approval to merge with its BHI Mergersub subsidiary as one of many moves to shore up funds and better its balance ...

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