New menu items and new menu pricing drove first-quarter same-store sales for Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s despite continuing economic challenges in key markets like California, parent company CKE Restaurants Inc. said Wednesday. In a call to investors and analysts following CKE’s first-quarter earnings report on Tuesday, the company said the chains began increasing prices to offset rising commodity costs. They did not specify the price hike amount. “You can’t ...

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