CARPINTERIA Calif. Carl’s Jr. —At a time when the intangible message of value is paramount in the quick-service world, one menu item stands out as the poster child for the ongoing struggle to find the right price: the Six Dollar Burger at Also sold at sister chain Hardee’s, both of which are operated and franchised by Carpinteria-based CKE Restaurants Inc., the Six Dollar Burger is a big, juicy, 100-percent Black Angus thumb of the ...

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