Ron E. Green was an engineer for the Department of Energy working to develop a superconducting supercollider when budget cuts forced him to reconsider his options.
 For Green, that meant opening the Broken Egg Café, a full-service restaurant specializing in breakfast, brunch and lunch. During the last 14 years, Green has learned that running a restaurant company, while simpler than rocket science, is nonetheless demanding. Still, he’s taken his idea and parlayed it into a ...

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