YRC Worldwide lenders extend deadline ahead of union vote result

October 27, 2010: YRC Worldwide Inc. will have some breathing room with its lenders, even if the tentative concessions agreement with its union fails to pass later this week.

In a securities filing Tuesday, the Overland Park-based trucking company (Nasdaq: YRCWD) said the recent renewal of a key piece of financing won’t expire immediately if the International Brotherhood of Teamsters votes down a third round of wage and benefit concessions.

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