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What Inspire Brands is building with its Dunkin’ acquisition

This week’s episode of the RB podcast “A Deeper Dive” features a discussion with Editor-at-Large Peter Romeo on some recent deals in the restaurant industry.

Financing

As the pandemic hammered Starbucks, Dunkin’ took advantage

The Canton, Mass.-based chain has recovered more quickly than its Seattle-based rival. Here’s why, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Dunkin’ Brands will be the company’s fourth major deal. Here’s how the company became an industry force.

The restaurant industry's largest deal in six years will make Arby's and Sonic's owner one of the country's largest restaurant operators.

The company’s flagship coffee chain has closed nearly 700 locations this year, more than half of them inside Speedways, as it shifts strategy during the pandemic.

The brand operator, which wants to buy Dunkin’, would be one of the biggest operator of U.S. restaurants if the deal gets done, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

Dunkin' said it has held “preliminary” discussions with the Roark Capital-owned multi-brand operator.

Meat alternatives are playing a bigger role in brand loyalty as a result of the pandemic.

Among his responsibilities will be the development of a virtual concept.

The quarantine forced customers out West to think of the chain more than just a doughnut shop, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

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