COLUMBUS Ohio The Pittsburgh restaurant company that agreed in late April to buy Max & Erma’s has not been pursuing an acquisition of Damon’s Grill, contrary to local news reports, the chairman of Damon’s and its current parent company said Friday. But the official, William Burk, divulged that he had asked Max & Erma’s intended buyer to assist in a “reorganization” of the rival Damon’s system. The Columbus Dispatch reported about a week ago that G&R Acquisition Inc., a holding of ...

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