MELVILLE N.Y. Sbarro Inc., the parent to more than 1,075 Italian quick-service restaurants, has amended its credit facilities after a fiscal 2008 that saw declining sales and profit lead to non-compliance with its debt covenants. After negotiations with its banking partners that began last month, Sbarro said last week it was able to obtain a waiver for its non-compliance, which centered on the company’s total net leverage, as well as change terms of its $183 million term loan and $25 ...
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