People have been getting sick there for years. Unless someone brings it to light it gets brushed under the rug or people never say anything. They spend the night in the bathroom and call out sick the next day. End of story. I know people who have spent the night in the bathroom after eating there but it never hit the news. Once one person brings it to light then people are willing to say something. Only time will tell whether there are more cases. Either way I am not eating there.
So the company said there were no "reports" of illness at any NY locations and then went on to say they were aware of a tweet that said someone got sick at one of there restaurants and then a second person said he got sick too. The tweet is a report that someone got sick. Do they need a CDC investigation to admit there is a problem?
If mgmt is doing cocaine do you think they would cover up e-coli outbreaks? YUP. The investigation has gone on way too long to come out with no wrong doing. This could get realllll ugly. Then and only then will Kramer finally say stay away.
I worked at STT. The absolute worst computer system ever ever ever. Shet would freeze up for hours on a daily basis. Just terrible and they dont want or cant fix it. Frankenstein on steroids.
Hedge fund managers are going to start selling this pig with the end of June coming. They dont want to explain why they are still holding when sales are still down -20+%.
My daughter goes to Penn State and she said they had 2 cases of E-coli at their chipotle in the last year. How come it never was reported? Is it just known that it happens all the time or does it have to be over 25 people to get noticed?
Did you consider no company is going to buy a restaurant chain that is one e-coli case away from losing all customers. or norovirus or any other problem.