Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. reported Thursday a 61-percent increase in profit during the second quarter despite a relative slowing in sales that the company blamed on a weak economy and reduced consumer spending. RELATED • SEC joins Chipotle hiring investigation • Chipotle improves throughput to pre-recession peak levels • More restaurant industry finance news The sales slowdown, which still resulted in a 21-percent gain in revenue and a same-store sales increase of 8 ...
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