Regis 4Q sales drop 4 percent

This is the 16th consecutive quarter in which same-store sales declined for the troubled Edina-based hair salon, the Star Tribune reports. Earnings will be disclosed when the full report is released next month. In a statement, interim Regis CEO Eric Bakken wrote, "Meaningful change is underway at Regis, and, as we look forward to fiscal 2013, we expect these changes will drive improvement in our same-store sales results."
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This is the 16th consecutive quarter in which same-store sales declined for the troubled Edina-based hair salon, the Star Tribune reports. Earnings will be disclosed when the full report is released next month. In a statement, interim Regis CEO Eric Bakken wrote, "Meaningful change is underway at Regis, and, as we look forward to fiscal 2013, we expect these changes will drive improvement in our same-store sales results."

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