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  • The retailer has been in a tight cash squeeze for some time.
  • Qwest has been struggling for months to cope with a cash squeeze.
  • Analysts have also raised questions whether America Online is facing a cash squeeze.
  • The lack of funds caused a cash squeeze that strangled activity.
  • That provision has forced the REIT into its latest cash squeeze.
  • "If it's a sticky cash squeeze, they'll have to borrow, " he said.
  • In the language of accounting, Forbes'federal disclosure statement lays out his cash squeeze.
  • Companies that are for sale have tangled finances or face a cash squeeze.
  • Lites denied reports Green was responding to a cash squeeze.
  • Unable to pay off its $ 675 million of debt, it faced a cash squeeze.
  • Beyond its current cash squeeze, Astra has a more powerful long-term trend to cope with.
  • Caught in a cash squeeze in January, 1991, Kinder-Care stopped paying interest on its debt.
  • Train set deliveries are behind schedule, and the railroad says it's facing a cash squeeze.
  • During recurrent depressions, they'd get caught in a cash squeeze and sell off their land,"
  • Today, with payroll tax revenues far outpacing pension outlays, the government faces no imminent cash squeeze.
  • For companies with big-ticket products ready to roll, the Asian cash squeeze doesn't have a silver lining.
  • To relieve a cash squeeze, Vivendi turned to other assets that it could dispose of more quickly.
  • A cash squeeze on local government means that many state-sector workers are again getting their wages late.
  • Increased expenses for staffing and software development were the primary causes for the cash squeeze, Rosenberg said.
  • The cash squeeze left Mercury unable to repay maturing loans, putting all of its debt into default.
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