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Dunkin' Donuts

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Starbucks, Dunkin’ and McDonald’s have a common problem: Fewer commuters

The breakfast-heavy chains are adapting to changes in consumer patterns, which may be more permanent than you think, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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Dunkin' could close 1,150 global locations

The company is working with operators to close low-volume and low-profit restaurants, including 800 in the U.S.

The company also promoted two other executives as it works to bolster its digital efforts.

Beyond Fried Chicken is on menus starting Monday.

Burger King and Starbucks have added new products with fake meat as the trend picks back up again.

McDonald’s, Subway, Dunkin’ and Panda Express have all said they’re adding thousands of workers as operators take advantage of high unemployment.

The chain is launching a national employee recruitment advertising campaign as it looks to bolster staff.

The coffee pwoerhouse said same-store sales are up around lunchtime, but 650 of the chain’s stores are still closed.

Federal assistance, cost cuts, tax changes and other efforts are intended to help operators’ cash flow.

Dunkin' dropped "Donuts" from its name and repositioned as a beverage-first concept, and it seems to have paid off, said Kevin Schimpf of Technomic.

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