SAN DIEGO The fast-casual Daphne’s Greek Cafe chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week, but the company’s founder pledged Thursday the reorganization would be short. George Katakalidis, who founded the 69-unit chain in 1991 and is now president and chief executive of parent Fili Enterprises Inc., said the company breached a loan covenant about a year and a half ago and attempted to renegotiate terms. The bank, however, “wouldn’t budge,” he said, and the combination of ...

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