CHIPOTLE GOT A SUBPOENA FOR INFO IN VA. OUTBREAK
Chipotle says it received a follow-up subpoena requesting information tied to illnesses associated with a restaurant in Virginia this month.
The chain says Wednesday it received the subpoena July 19 for information related to what health officials believe was a norovirus outbreak at the Sterling, Va., location.
Chipotle notes it received a subpoena last year in connection with a criminal investigation by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California and the Food and Drug Administration.
That subpoena required documents tied to a California restaurant where a norovirus outbreak occurred in 2015.
Chipotle noted that it doesn’t know whether it would incur fines or penalties tied to the investigation.
Whitman leaves HP Inc. board.
Meg Whitman is stepping down from the board of HP Inc., effective immediately, the company said.
She has served as chairman of HP since it split from Hewlett Packard Enterprise in November 2015 and has been mentioned as a candidate to fill the chief executive role at Uber Technologies Inc.
HP Inc. said Chip Bergh will replace Whitman on the board.
Former auto executive charged.
Al Iacobelli, a former Fiat Chrysler executive, was charged Wednesday with looting a training center for bluecollar workers by giving $1.2 million through a variety of ways to a UAW leader, his wife and other senior union officials.
FDA panel says no to “abuse-deterrent” opioid.
Food and Drug Administration advisers have recommended against approving a new opioid painkiller intended to deter abuse with a unique feature.
Panelists voted overwhelmingly Wednesday against approving Intellipharmaceutics International’s generic version of extended-release Oxycontin.
Amazon to hire thousands.
Amazon plans to make tens of thousands of job offers in just one day as it holds a giant job fair next week at nearly a dozen warehouses across the U.S.
None of the locations are in Colorado.