At the ripe old age of 27, Adam Eskin already is starting a second career as a restaurateur. He had been an investment banker who traveled extensively researching private-equity opportunities in foodservice for Wexford Capital. A mentor at Wexford taught him a lot about what well-managed businesses looked like and inflamed the passion to one day own his own business. Being a loyal fan of The Pump, a five-unit, health-oriented fast-casual sandwich and salad chain right in his ...

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