From the small, such as six-unit Sam Seltzer’s Steakhouse, to the large, like family-dining giant Vicorp Restaurants Inc., scores of restaurant operations will be working to exit bankruptcy in the months and years ahead. For these two companies in particular, both of which were hit hard enough by macroeconomic factors and self-inflicted wounds to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last year, the end of the road comes next month.The leaders at Sam Seltzer’s and ...
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