By White Castle’s estimates, health care reform will erode at least 55 percent of its net income when it goes into effect in 2014. And at Brinker International, officials have put the cost of health care reform to the company at $60 million in some news reports. From the beginning, restaurant operators have decried health care reform for the costly mandates it would foist on employers, and now, as operators work their way through the 2,400-page document that was signed into law in ...
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