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Taco Bell CEO Brian Niccol is known for his marketing chops. How can that know-how be applied to save Chipotle?
Chipotle has named Brian Niccol as its CEO. Niccol was formerly CEO of Taco Bell, a division of Yum Brands.
Struggling Chipotle has a new CEO, and he changed the game at Taco Bell. Meanwhile, here are several must-knows from the Goldman Sachs tech conference.
CPI in January jumped 0.5% in January, higher than expected.
U.S. stock futures turn lower after the Consumer Price Index in January rises more than estimates.
Chipotle has a new CEO in the now former leader of Yum! Brands' Taco Bell chain. He is the right guy for the job. Meanwhile, why is Apple's stock still rallying?
When you pick Brian Niccol you pick a different company, not the one you have.
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Chipotle has hired Taco Bell's game-changing executive as its new CEO. Here is what Brian Niccol must focus on immediately.
After this oversold rally is done and calmed everyone’s nerves, we are likely to come down again.
As Chipotle has proven, you shouldn't be buying stocks with P/Es of 50 or more.
Stock plummets even though it beat analysts' earnings estimates after the bell Tuesday.
Comp restaurant sales increased 0.9%, despite alleged outbreaks of food poisoning.
Downward price action indicates CMG could start another 'leg' lower.
Chipotle's earnings beat expectations, but the stock looks expensive.
What is the strike price, and/or what the expiration date might be on such plunge protection?
More than 71,000 hourly and salaried employees will receive a new suite of benefits as a result of changes in U.S. tax law
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE: CMG) today reported financial results for its fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2017.
Wells Fargo, the embattled U.S. bank, plans to "refresh" its board to improve oversight of management. But corporate-governance experts say the term has become a euphemism for the delicate art of shaking up a failed board without blaming individual directors.
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