Northern Management Group bought 14 Dunkin’ stores in the greater Boston area from Joyal Capital Management in a $44 million deal.
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Asked about the biggest challenge in taking Dunkin' Brands Group private in an $11.3 billion deal that included the assumption of Dunkin' debt, Inspire Brands CFO David Pipes has a simple answer: "It started with, it wasn't for sale."
Dave Hoffmann is no longer Dunkin' Brands CEO after Inspire Brands completed its acquisition Tuesday, but at least he goes out on a high note. The payout for shareholders, at $106.50 a share and $4.06 million in Hoffmann's case, is 169 percent higher than the stock's low point in 2020.
Growing up in Canada, Katie Borger became very familiar with Canadian restaurant franchise Boston's Pizza. When Borger's family moved to Texas, Borger became a Boston's Pizza hostess at the Irving location each summer during high school and eventually became a marketing intern for the brand during college.
“I'm freakishly good at Sudoku puzzles. I could challenge just about anyone in a Sudoku square off.” — Brad Wahl, SVP of marketing, The Learni…
Who would play you in the biopic about your life? I have a very weird response for this one. I chose Robin Williams, just his method of comedy it kind of mirrors my life—chaotic, frantic but still having fun. In marketing, it's never slow … you're handling and juggling a lot of balls.
Kate Jaspon, CFO of Dunkin' Brands, spoke on a panel today at the Restaurant Finance & Development Conference and gave an interview to Fra…
Today started with a bang for Kate Jaspon, the CFO of Dunkin' Brands, as Dean Foods filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Dean Foods supplies ice cream to Baskin Robbins (8,000 stores under the Dunkin' umbrella) and dairy products to Dunkin' (13,000 stores formerly known as Dunkin' Donuts.)