SAN FRANCISCO The 30-unit Pasta Pomodoro chain has been acquired by two San Francisco Bay Area entrepreneurs who plan to revitalize the Italian casual-dining brand. Terms of the deal, which closed Dec. 31, and was announced Tuesday, were not disclosed.The new owners, Matthew Janopaul, now chief executive of Pasta Pomodoro, and Girish Satya, chief financial officer, purchased the chain from brand founder and former chief executive Adriano Paganini, a fine-dining chef who opened the first ...
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