For restaurant companies searching for capital, the new year could be the light at the end of 2009’s dark tunnel.Industry analysts say 2010 may be the year when investors begin to warm up again to restaurant deals—a change in sentiment that could spark more debt offerings, acquisitions and initial public offerings in the space. Resurgence in investor interest would be welcome news for cash-hungry restaurants as credit markets remain tight and sales continue to decline.“Not a lot went right ...

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