THE Centers for Disease Control & Prevention reported Feb. 1 that Chipotle's foodborne illness outbreaks appear to be over. Still, the company continues to suffer ramifications as a criminal investigation in California has been expanded nationwide, and Chipotle's fourth-quarter 2015 results show just how bad things have become.
On Jan. 28, Chipotle said it was served a second subpoena broadening the scope of the previously announced criminal in
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