Federal investigators visited as many as 30 Chipotle locations across the country this week in an ongoing criminal investigation into the fast-casual chain’s hiring practices. Chipotle officials declined to reveal the locations of the units that were visited, but news reports cited Georgia, California, Washington, D.C. and Minnesota, among others. In a call to analysts last month following the release of first-quarter results, Chipotle co-chief executive Monty Moran confirmed that the ...

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