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Dunkin' Donuts

Dunkin’ Brands’ president of global marketing and innovation to retire

John Costello, a driving force behind Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins’ marketing campaigns, will transition to a strategy role before retiring in 2016.

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Even the pizza chain was startled by the new way that's been blazed to order a pie. And that's only one of the extreme moves that turned heads this week.

The new container will not violate the polystyrene ban that takes effect next week.

Applebee's is ready with financial rescues for franchisees, Buffalo Wild Wings is testing off-premise-only stores, Bravo Brio has a new concept it's weighing, Dunkin' is shrinking the menu as a cure-all, and Potbelly was given a bitter pill to swallow by the city of Chicago.

The doughnuts-and-coffee specialist is offering two sandwiches at three bargain prices.

Same-store sales at the chain rose slightly, while sister brand Baskin-Robbins saw more substantial gains.

The use of “better bread” is not new, but fresh varieties are rising to the top, and consumers indicate they want more—and are willing to pay for it.

Jeremy Biser moves to the EVP role from Dunkin' Brands.

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