EMERYVILLE Calif. Jamba Inc. booked a smaller net loss in the fourth quarter versus the same quarter a year earlier, on an easy year-ago comparison that included more than $200 million in impairment charges for the parent to the Jamba Juice chain. While impairment and store lease termination charges totaling about $21.7 million still plagued the company in its latest quarter, Jamba’s net loss totaled $41.2 million, or 75 cents per share. In the fourth quarter a year earlier, Jamba’s ...
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