CKE CEO: Higher health care costs mean slower growth

12/26/2011 | Bloomberg

Higher health care expenses under the new laws likely mean restaurant chains including Hardee's and Carl's Jr. parent CKE Restaurants will have to slow new store openings and job creation, writes CEO Andrew Puzder. The company expects the new laws to add about $18 million in annual costs next year, a 150% jump over 2011.

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