CIT Group Inc. tightened the terms of its offer to buy back $1 billion in bonds coming due Aug. 17, offering less for those who exchange theirs later, and said it did not intend to file for bankruptcy protection if the debt buyback is successful.
CIT would instead restructure its operations away from the gaze of a bankruptcy judge.
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