NEW YORK âWall Streetâs woes are weighing on Main Streetâs restaurants as access to capital freezes, and anticipated job losses and increased fears could force consumers to further rein in spending, say restaurant executives, economists and financiers. With federal lawmakers working on a $700 billion bailout of the financial services industry at press timeâfollowing the bankruptcy of investment bank Lehman Brothers, the merger of Bank of ...
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