Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc.’s hopes for a rebound in the second quarter didn’t materialize, leading the company to lower expectations Thursday for the year. After a first quarter dampened by severe winter weather in the U.S., Dunkin’ officials expected the second quarter ended June 28 to show significant improvement and get the company back on track to meet full-year projections. Instead, lingering macroeconomic challenges and cold spring weather held back sales, ...
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