Quiznos Looks Toast as Bankruptcy Looms for Sandwich Chain

Quiznos was given one week last Friday in order to reach an agreement on its debt and it looks like bankruptcy is looming. The Denver-based sandwich chain had 5,000 stores at its height and now has less than a thousand.

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