You may have noticed that several multimillionaire restaurant moguls have devised new careers backing independent, small-scale startup ventures.Well, you might say, it’s easy for such tycoons to throw money around and dabble in concept investments even when the economy is tight. They’re filthy rich, after all.Some of these magnates who are capitalizing smaller side ventures may have cashed out of lucrative chains only to find that life on the golf links or aboard some dream yacht was less ...

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