FBI pays $781K fee to modify debt agreements

Combs, Heath E.
May 2007
Furniture/Today;5/28/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p116
Trade Publication
The article reports that St. Louis, Missouri-based Furniture Brands International paid a $781,000 fee to modify debt agreements on its $400 million revolving credit facility and $150 million in senior notes. The company also agreed to an amendment of the covenants attached to its credit line. The company has also taken several measures to cut costs.


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