Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.’s 1,971 restaurants in the U.S. are scheduled to close for lunch on Monday for a companywide meeting that will be part update on new food-safety protocols and part rally to prepare for the return of customers. Multiple foodborne illness outbreaks in the latter half of fiscal 2015 resulted in a dismal fourth quarter for the Denver-based chain, including a 30-percent decline in same-store sales during December, followed by an even worse 36-percent decline in ...
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