What happens in Vegas won’t be staying in Vegas.At this year’s Restaurant Finance & Development Conference, put on by Franchise Times, the news out of almost every pundit’s mouth—from economists to lenders and even the typically bullish securities analysts—is not very good for anyone.According to experts, the housing turmoil that started this summer in the sub-prime lending sector has yet to really reach its peak, or valley, I guess. What happens in housing won’t be staying in housing, ...

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