These Restaurant Chains Probably Won’t Make It Through the Year

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Jack in the Box

There’s a lot of competition for fast food burgers. There’s McDonald’s, Burger King, Hardees (or Carl’s Jr.), and tons of others. Notice how we didn’t mention Jack in the Box? The restaurant can’t keep up. In 2018, the business started looking for financial help because it had been struggling.

Soon after, franchisees cried out, saying the CEO should be replaced. Surprise: Jack in the Box didn’t do it. So, franchisees filed a lawsuit – the last thing a financially struggling restaurant needs. Due to all this conflict (and the restaurants closing left and right), Jack in the Box is on borrowed time.

Did you know...

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