A Third Of Chipotle's Board Is On The Way OutChipotle, which is trying to revive its fortunes after being rattled by food safety scares, said a third of its board members will leave in May after their terms expire, including three long-time members who were on the board before Chipotle became a public company more than a decade ago.
Chipotle Looks To Rebuild After Food Scares Bite Into ProfitChipotle closed the books on its toughest year ever, with a series of food scares that took a monster bite out of its sales.
Chipotle Experiences Sales Bounce Late In The YearSales at established Chipotle restaurants turned positive last month, potentially sign that the Colorado-based burrito chain may be starting to recover from a food safety scare.
Chipotle, Seeking A Turnaround, Shakes Up Its BoardChipotle, which is still hurting from food safety scares last year, is adding four new people to its board as the burrito chain tries to turn its business around.
Chipotle Retraining Some Staff In Effort To Improve Customer ServiceChipotle co-CEO Steve Ells said that half of the burrito chain's more than 2,100 restaurants have less-than-excellent customer service and that the company is now training employees.
Customers Sue Chipotle Over CaloriesThree customers are suing Chipotle over calorie counts.
Chipotle Brings Back $3 BurritosChipotle is bringing back ghoulishly big discounts this Halloween.
Chipotle Hiring, Interviewing At Every LocationThe Denver-based Mexican restaurant Chipotle wants to hire 5,000 people nationwide.
Chipotle Makes New Push To Convince People Its Food Is SafeChipotle is making another push to convince people that its food won't make them sick.
Chipotle Exec Back On Job After Cocaine Possession ChargesChipotle says its top marketing executive is back on the job, after being placed on leave this summer as a result of drug possession charges.
Burritos In The Sky: Chipotle Tests Drone DeliveriesFlying burritos will soon be a reality.
Chipotle Shares Surge At Opening Bell With New InvestorChipotle shares, under siege after a series of food scares erupted just over a year ago, surged at the opening bell after activist investor Bill Ackman revealed that he's become the taco chain's second largest investor.

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