NEW YORK As the Big Three auto company chiefs left Washington to retool their case for a federal bailout, two restaurant analysts said Friday that Bob Evans Farms, Buffalo Wild Wings and Texas Roadhouse could be the most vulnerable to a downsizing, or failure, of the U.S. auto industry. Just like California and Florida were the centers of the nation’s subprime-driven housing crisis, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky are set to be the ground zero of a possible auto industry fallout, ...
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