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Chipotle Comps -30% in December, Company Subpoenaed In California Outbreak Investigation

Chipotle is not having a happy new year.

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Joella’s Hot Chicken Plans Explosive Growth in 2016

Joella’s Hot Chicken is capitalizing on the southern food trend in a big way.

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Chipotle Stock Dips Below $500 After New E. Coli Investigation

Chipotle shares dipped below the $500 mark at the opening bell as investors deal with yet another E. coli update from the Centers for Disease Control.

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Barteca Holdings, General Atlantic Look for Steady Growth after Equity Deal

Barteca Holdings and private equity partner General Atlantic look to continue thoughtful growth after a recent equity deal.

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The Rate Game and Restaurants

Well the waiting game is finally over, the Fed raised rates .25% in a 10-0 vote yesterday, marking another step away from the dark days of the Great Recession—or is it a dangerous misstep?

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Rigid Credit Agreement Keeps Famous Dave’s on Tight Leash

With the return of famous Dave Anderson, the Famous Dave’s brand (DAVE:NASDAQ) was looking to reinvigorate the troubled barbecue concept. But a new credit agreement will make much more difficult.

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Automation Won’t Kill Jobs, But it Will Change Work

All industries will be disrupted by automation somewhat, but the labor market will adapt as it always has.

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Chipotle Outlines E. coli Response, Comps Down 16% in November

Chipotle has finally outlined the response to the E. coli outbreak that began on Halloween, but revealed the true damage of the outbreak after hours.

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It’s Bankruptcy for Black-Eyed Pea

Black-eyed Pea, founded by Dallas restaurateur Gene Street in 1975, once boasted 150 units, but now it's bankruptcy for the 15-unit chain.

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Late in the Cycle, Diversified Restaurant Holdings Focused on Buffalo Wild Wings

Diversified Restaurant Holdings is primed for growth as it doubles down with the Buffalo Wild Wings brand.

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Dunkin Donuts: Adios Combo Meals

Dunkin Donuts is testing a way to boost the check average by unbundling sandwiches, sides and coffee.

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Labor Commission Pushes $19 Minimum Wage

Minimum wage workers in Berkeley, Calif., could be making $19 an hour if the local Labor Commission has its way.

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Chipotle E. Coli Outbreak Expands Nationwide, Stock Down 12.5%

If the threat of a foodborne illness keeps restaurant operators up at night on a good day, Steve Ells must be exhausted.

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Urban Outfitters' Purchase of Pizza Chain Might Not be that Crazy

Everyone wants to get into the restaurant industry, even the clothing industry.

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Analysts Pick Six Public Companies to Watch

Restaurant analysts and Restaurant Finance and Development Conference panelists Will Slabaugh and Andy Barish said the field of recent IPOs contains some very strong brands to keep an eye on.

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