The economic upheaval on Wall Street could have repercussions for some smaller operators, industry analysts told SN last week. While larger chains with solid lines of bank credit should not experience any serious impediments to the way they do business, smaller players might hit some bumps, they said. “If a company has an existing line of credit with a bigger, well-capitalized bank to finance growth or ongoing working capital needs, then it should be in good shape,” Chuck Cerankosky, an ...

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