Sunil Dharod has something of a golden touch when it comes to restaurants. The Dallas-based, multi-concept franchisee, known by some as “The Ferrari Guy” for his love of the Italian sports car, has a track record of buying restaurants and lifting their sales almost immediately. His first restaurant, a Jack in the Box unit, had $525,000 in sales the year before he bought it in the late 1980s. The following year, its sales were $825,000. It’s a pattern he repeated as a ...

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