GALVESTON TEXAS Landryâ€™s Restaurants Inc. and holders of $400 million in its unsecured corporate notes. â€”Tightening credit markets and uncertainties about debt management are setting nerves on edge throughout the industry, as exemplified by the recent courtroom showdown here between The Houston-based owner of 179 full-service restaurants and two Golden Nugget hotel-casinos reached a settlement Aug. 20 with the noteholders, who were demanding immediate repayment of the $400 ...
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