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Wall Street Not Impressed By Free, Potentially E.coli-Tainted Burritos

Too good for 'em, are you?
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What does Chipotle have to do to please you people??

Shares in the burrito chain have lost about one-third of their value since food safety woes surfaced with news it had closed dozens of restaurants in the Pacific Northwest due to an E. coli outbreak. The stock was down 1.8 percent at $437.93 in extended trading on Tuesday.

Chipotle free food promotions fail to impress Wall Street [Reuters]

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