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(stirwise)Chipotle knows you like it, there’s no need to be coy. And because its popularity is growing, the company seems pretty confident customers will still come back for tacos and burritos once it raises prices for the first time int three years. And you all helped it feel that way, so good job…?
The chain said today it’s hiking prices in the “mid-single digits” percentage, reports the Associated Press, so we’re going to guess they’re going up about 5%.
Menu boards displaying the new prices should be up in all restaurants in the early part of the first quarter, which means right around now, reports the Associated Press.
Chipotle’s co-CEO Steve Ells says customers don’t come to the restaurant because of its prices, anyway.
“Most of the value comes from the experience,” Ells said, adding that the company had earned “permission” from customers to raise prices because of that experience.
(SarahMcGowen)A U. S. District Court judge in Texas has put the brakes on an attempt to compel General Motors to tell owners of recalled vehicles to keep their cars parked pending repairs.
Last month, plaintiffs in a federal lawsuit against GM had asked the court to consider ordering the carmaker to issue as so-called “park it” order for the 2.6 million vehicles involved in the ongoing ignition-related recall.
The defect at the core of this recall has resulted in at least 13 deaths and has uncovered a culture of putting cost above safety at GM, which repeatedly ignored signs of a problem going back more than a decade.
The plaintiffs believe that these vehicles are not safe to drive until they have been repaired and had hoped to compel GM to issue notices to owners advising them that the vehicles should not be driven.
GM has maintained that the cars are indeed safe to drive if drivers take the precaution of not attaching to the car’s key while it’s in the ignition.
In her ruling this morning, the judge deferred to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has not deemed the vehicles unsafe for operation.
“The court is of the opinion that NHTSA is far better equipped than this court to address the broad and complex issues of automotive safety and the regulation of automotive companies in connection with the nationwide recall,” wrote the judge.
A baby born with four arms and four legs is said to be in stable condition after the extra limbs were surgically removed. The baby - a boy born April 2 in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, China - was born with a headless parasitic twin joined at the torso, China's Global Times reported.
Pope Francis, starting four packed days culminating in Easter, said the Catholic Church must always be a refuge for the needy and later washed the feet of 12 disabled people at a traditional Holy Thursday ceremony.