WINSTON-SALEM N.C. —The sleeping giant of the snack sector, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, may be waking up from what critics have called a self-inflicted sugar coma spurred on by hyperactive unit growth and alleged corporate shenanigans. After posting this month its first quarterly profit in more than a year, Krispy Kreme’s latest chief executive said the chain expects to begin building new corporate locations this year after a long hiatus ...

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