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** Dunkin' Donuts **

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Dunkin' Donuts
Dunkin' Donuts logo.svg
Type Wholly owned subsidiary
Industry Food and Beverage
Founded 1950^[1]
Founder(s) William Rosenberg
Headquarters 130 Royall Street
Canton, Massachusetts, U.S.
Area served Worldwide
Key people Nigel Travis, CEO
Neil Moses, CFO
Products Hot beverages
Iced beverages
Frozen beverages
Bakery goods
Revenue Increase$5.5 billion USD (2008)^[2]
Parent Dunkin' Brands
Website www.dunkindonuts.com

The original Dunkin' Dounuts in Quincy, Massachusetts, after its renovation
in the 2000s.

*Dunkin' Donuts* is an American global doughnut company and coffeehouse
chain based in Canton, Massachusetts. It was founded in 1950 by William
Rosenberg in Quincy, Massachusetts.^[1] Its logo is two D's side by side in
orange and hot pink.

The company primarily competes with Starbucks, as over half the company's
business is in coffee sales, and with Krispy Kreme for doughnut sales.^[3]


· 1 History
· 2 Products
· 3 Advertising

· 3.1 Logo
· 3.2 Slogans
· 3.3 Commercials
· 3.4 Promotions
· 3.5 Affiliations
· 3.6 Sponsorship

· 4 Criticism
· 5 Locations

· 5.1 Canadian decline
· 5.2 Current
· 5.3 Former
· 5.4 Expansion

· 6 Notable endorsers
· 7 See also
· 8 References
· 9 External links


One of the last remaining Dunkin' Donuts locations in Canada at Montreal's
Place Ville-Marie.
A Dunkin' Donuts shop in Islamabad, Pakistan.

In 1948, William Rosenberg and Stephen So opened his first restaurant, Open
Kettle, in Quincy, Massachusetts before renaming it Dunkin' Donuts in

In 2004, the company's headquarters were relocated to Canton.^[5] The
following year, four-time James Beard Foundation Award nominee Stan
Frankenthaler was appointed

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dunkin'_Donuts

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