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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) Shake Shack is no longer just a cult favorite for foodies. It's now a cult stock too. The upscale burger joint's shares surged 135% Friday morning in their debut on the New York Stock Exchange. The company raised $105 million from the stock sale. And at Friday morning's price of ...
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