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Chipotle is working on improving the quality of its tortillas which are mass-produced, reports The New York Times.
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Despite continuing to lose money, Box has become more efficient as it develops new partnerships, CEO Aaron Levie said.
Restaurants just haven't been able to shake the salt.
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June 8- McDonald's Corp posted a smaller-than-expected drop in worldwide sales at established restaurants in May after a lift from value meal deals in Europe helped offset continued weakness in the United States, its top market for profit. Europe sales were up a better-then-expected 2.3 percent, helped by strength in the United Kingdom, Germany and France,...
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