Doesn't it seem like Dunkin' Donuts has been on a road trip to "expand beyond its Northeast roots" for even longer than it takes to traverse, metaphorically speaking, Connecticut's I-95 on a sweltering summer Friday evening? Yes, but this time it really means business -- and last night it priced about 20% of its outstanding shares at $19 for an IPO that's intended to fuel its trek westward even as it pays off a heavy debt load. ...
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Featuring the slogan "This is my Tryp," the campaign will be seen online and in print and already is embedded in the brand's website, ... Read the whole story
Even as bookstore fans are lamenting the liquidation of Borders, marketing experts are dissecting what went wrong in the very slow death of the ... Read the whole story
According to new research from the NPD Group, it seems many consumer electronics purchases were completed with the express purpose of letting the kids ... Read the whole story
Despite the economy and trends to the contrary in other industries, leading U.S. food and beverage makers have ample cash -- and their growth ... Read the whole story