When he was laid off from a teaching job three years ago, Mike Stallone attended a job fair that Chipotle Mexican Grill was hosting at a local hotel on New York’s Long Island. The Denver-based fast-casual chain was preparing to expand its New York presence. Stallone, a high school teacher with zero experience in running a restaurant was the last applicant of the day. Today, Stallone oversees two restaurants in the Long Island towns of Carle Place and Deer Park, and he is a ...

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