Jack in the Box Inc. officials said Tuesday that the expected costs of implementing the federal health care mandate are manageable and would not have a significant impact on the San Diego-based company. In an earnings call with analysts following the after-market report on Monday of fourth quarter results, Jerry Rebel, Jack in the Box Inc.’s executive vice president and chief financial officer, noted that others in the restaurant industry have been talking about the negative ...

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