This post is part of NRN's newsroom blog, Reporter's Notebook. When restaurant executives “resign for personal reasons,” observers generally consider it code for underlying disagreements that the company doesn’t want to air publicly. But the recent executive churn at Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Kona Grill produced some wording in Securities and Exchange Commission filings that went beyond the usual in the case of Michael A. Nahkunst, who left the 23-unit casual-dining chain in ...

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