Jon Luther, chairman and chief executive of Dunkin’ Brands Inc., regularly gets locked out of the corporate test kitchen he envisioned and built. The research and development team “actually precludes me,” Luther says.But he doesn’t mind, because his enthusiasm for new products can be hard to contain at times.“They’re afraid I’ll find something and tell somebody,” Luther says.“He’s involved in so many interviews, and things that are really exciting can easily slip ...
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