CARPINTERIA Calif. Continuing a string of negative monthly sales trends, the Carl’s Jr. chain posted a 7-percent drop in same-store sales for the four weeks ended March 23, a result of the weak California economy, discounting by competitors, and a tough year-earlier comparison, parent company CKE Restaurants Inc. said Wednesday. “We are working diligently to get Carl’s Jr. back on the positive same-store sales track to which we are accustomed, although the poor condition of the ...
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