SAN DIEGO Jack in the Box Inc. outlined this week six refranchising deals that resulted in the sale of 46 corporate units for a total of $17.2 million during the company’s March-ended second quarter. The moves, all part of the company’s ongoing plan to expand franchising levels within its 2,180-unit Jack in the Box chain, included $3.3 million in bridge and mezzanine financing that the San Diego-based company provided for two of the six transactions. The details of the latest deals ...

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