SAN DIEGO Jack in the Box Inc. said Friday it has agreements to sell 55 of its 61 Quick Stuff convenience stores and gas stations. The company would not identify the buyers. The all-cash transaction is expected to be completed by the close of its fiscal year, which ends Sept. 27. Jack in the Box also said it is in negotiations with several bidders on the remaining six Quick Stuff locations and expects to have deals signed for those sites by the end of the fiscal year.The company said ...
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