ARNOLD DOMINGUEZ: DEL TACOArnold Dominguez knows it’s going to be another one of those doom-and-gloom staff meetings when the person in charge of purchasing opens by saying, “Please don’t shoot the messenger….” Invariably of late, the report from purchasing is about rising food costs. For Dominguez, the vice president of operations services and training for Del Taco, a 500-unit quick-service chain based in Lake Forest, Calif., that means the increasingly difficult challenge of ...

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