HOUSTON Landryâ€™s Restaurants Inc. by its founder and chief executive but also heightens the companyâ€™s risks in refinancing $400 million in bonds by February, analysts say. â€”The worsened credit crunch not only threatens the proposed going-private buyout of The global financial crisis, Hurricane Ike and the prolonged casual-dining slump led CEO Tilman Fertitta to again lower his bid to acquire Landryâ€™s in a â€śsubstantially reducedâ€ť ...
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