Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. saw a double-digit same-store sales increase during the second quarter ended June 30, one of the strongest on record since the company went public in 2006. The 17.3-percent increase in same-store sales was primarily driven by increases in traffic, though an increase in the average check, reflecting menu price increases rolled out during the quarter, also boosted results. Revenue topped $1 billion. The Denver-based fast-casual operator said net income rose 25 ...

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