Oct 8- Burger chain Shake Shack Inc's shares fell as much as 11.3 percent on Thursday after the company said it would convert about 21 million of its Class B shares into Class A shares, allowing pre-IPO investors to cash out. Shake Shack said insiders could sell about 26.2 million shares, worth about $1.27 billion. Shake Shack's shares closed down 4.6 percent at...» Read More
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