Web Exclusive: Chipotle taking a stance on guns in stores

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(CBS/CNN) - Chipotle is taking action against guns. Over the weekend, a group of people brought military-style assault weapons into one of its restaurants in Dallas.  That prompted a mothers group to ask Chipotle for a complete ban of weapons in its stores.  In response, Chipotle is asking everyone, except law enforcement, not to bring guns into its restaurants because they can create an intimidating and uncomfortable environment for many customers.

Burger King is rolling out a new slogan.  After a 40 year run, the fast food giant is replacing "have it your way"… with "be your way."  A Burger King exec says the new tagline is about connecting with the individual and self expression.  Burger King, like other fast food chains, is fighting to boost sales.  

Amazon is moving forward with it's plans to deliver merchandise using drones. The company's website now has dozens of postings for jobs - asking prospective employees to, quote "come help us make prime air, a reality."  Congress has given the FAA, a date of 2015 to "integrate unmanned aircraft into the national airspace system."

Whether it's high school or college, chances are you either have a family member graduating or know someone who is.  A National Retail Federation survey found Americans plan to spend a whopping 4.7 billion dollars on graduation gifts this year.  The organization says that's the highest amount in the survey's nine-year history.

  The survey found the average person buying graduation gifts will spend nearly 98 dollars.
  Cash, gift cards, electronics and apparel are among the items people plan to buy.


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