NEW YORK Business-and-industry contract feeders could be stiffed on fees and left with emptier host facilities because of the ongoing meltdown in the financial community, according to on-site consultants. They point to a potential fallout at Restaurant Associates and Aramark Corp., which respectively handle the corporate-dining accounts at Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch, two of the financial institutions that have figured heavily in recent news headlines. Lehman filed for Chapter ...
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