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The burger chain was one of the fastest-growing concepts in the U.S. last year as customers flocked to its drive-ins. Its challenge now is to keep that.
Mayor Bill de Blasio called for a boycott of the fast-casual chain at a rally in support of the city’s $450 million fair workweek lawsuit against the company.
The discounter is encountering resilient trip-consolidation habits, an e-commerce deficit and other factors officials described as “transitory” as first-quarter results underwhelm and second-quarter comps dip further.