A Chipotle unit in Boston was closed in December amid a local illness outbreak.
Wall Street analysts warned of a tough road ahead for Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. in reports on Wednesday despite attempts by company executives to focus on plans to entice customers back to restaurants with a “near zero” risk of foodborne illness. In a call with analysts on Tuesday following a dismal fourth-quarter and full-year report, Chipotle founder, chairman and co-CEO Steve Ells outlined what was a very challenging end to fiscal 2015, during which multiple foodborne ...
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