Aramark suffered a 5.3 percent decline in revenues during its first 2009 fiscal quarter, ended January 2. Sales in the North American Food & Support Services division were off five percent over the period. The company cited a “mid-single digit” decline in the B&I sector and a “low double digit” decline in sports/entertainment as major factors. Higher Education was up but low single digit declines in K-12 and healthcare, both attributed primarily to lost business, pulled down overall ...

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