Not one thing you posted has anything to do with investing. Is hiring your definition of exploiting? Are you mad because your order got messed up? No matter who their competition is, the stock has gone from around $40 per share to nearly $250 in under 4 years.
My concern, as I stated, was that of humane farming, which Chipotle's supports.
Obviously a good investor will invest in the most IMMORAL companies to make money like the big pollutors OIL and GAS, APPLE which relies on slave labor, and Macdonalds and chipotle which both exploit illegal immigrants with minimum wage. Americans don't work for such little pay, they would rather get on unemployment, welfare, and food stamps.
So if we are talking moral and immoral investing then chipotle falls into the category of immoral investing.