Yorgo Koutsogiorgas wasted no time getting to work since being named chief executive of Chicago-based Giordano’s on March 5, and with good reason. His plate is full, with plans to grow the chain known for its “stuffed” deep-dish pizza from 44 restaurants in Illinois and Florida to more than 85 locations in the next three years. Although Giordano’s exited Chapter 11 bankruptcy last November in an acquisition by Chicago-based private-equity firm Victory Park Capital, ...

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