SAN DIEGO Jack in the Box Inc. cited reduced costs and skyrocketing sales at its namesake quick-service chain as driving factors behind its near 25-percent year-over-year jump in second-quarter profit. The company also raised its full-year, per-share earnings guidance, reflecting confidence in its efforts to continue building sales through new menu offerings and re-imaged restaurants, even in spite of rising beef costs expected for the remainder of the year. The company expects its ...
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