Jack in the Box

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December 2013

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Same-store sales expectations affect decision to lower 1st quarter and FY 2003 estimates.
Increase in size of regular hamburger won’t affect prices.
Jack lowers fiscal 2003 guidance by 4 cents-a-share.
Burger chain follows up successful test of 12 locations co-branded with a Jack in the Box store with plans to expand further into the c-store market.
Goal to develop the regional chain into national restaurant company continues; FY 2003 earnings guidance released
Jack in the Box has cut its fourth quarter earnings expectations due to slow sales and increased costs.
Jack in the Box restaurants introduces Mexican favorite—Taquitos—to finger-food line-up
Although disappointed in the quarter's 1.5 percent sales decrease, CEO Nugent says the positive earnings increase validates the company’s efforts in franchise growth and Jack in the Box’s new Profit Improvement Program
Two of Jack in the Box's recent ad campaigns earned the 2002 Gold EFFIE from the New York American Marketing Association
Despite a slip in May's sales, Jack in the Box Inc. says its expects to earn 3 cents per share more than previously estimated
Jack in the Box Inc.'s leadership says the move, which comes on the heels of 1999's $10 million repurchase program, is a demonstration of the board of director's confidence in the company.
CEO Robert Nugent says the increased earnings are a sign of the chain's renewed momentum and reflect Jack In the Box's ability to weather tough times.
The company reaffirms sales, earnings estimates for second quarter and fiscal year.
Jack in the Box, Inc., operator and franchisor of Jack in the Box restaurants, today announced that net earnings in the first quarter ended January 20 increased 4.3 percent to $26.7 million, compared with $25.6 million in the first quarter a year ago.
Jack in the Box reported that December same-store sales were flat compared to the four-week period in December 2001. But, the company reaffirmed its earnings guidance.
Hamburger chain Jack in the Box, Inc., announced it plans to spend $10 million over the next four years to bring its restaurants in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Jack in the Box restaurants reports that same-store sales for its second four-week period ended November 25 grew 1.1 percent on top of a 4.7 percent increase in the second period last year.
Jack in the Box Inc. reported that same-store sales for the most recent four-week period ended September 2 improved 4.3 percent compared to last year.
The opportunity to personally meet Jack, face-to-face, on the set of a television commercial shoot was the lead item that The Jack in the Box Foundation auctioned on eBay in a charity event that just ended.
On Saturday, Aug. 25, The Jack in the Box Foundation will launch an online auction of rare Jack in the Box® advertising memorabilia, including a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet Jack, the company’s founder, on the set of an upcoming television commercial.