Menu price increases over the past year and lower food and packaging costs helped profits swing positive for CKE Restaurants Inc., the parent to the Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s chains, during the first quarter, the company said Wednesday. VIDEO Spider-Man eats free at Carl's Jr. RELATED • CKE: Advertising, turkey burgers drive sales • Commodity costs may drive price hikes at CKE • More restaurant industry finance news For the first ...

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