Dunkin’ Donuts made a long-anticipated announcement on Wednesday that it would re-enter the sprawling Southern California marketplace. While the first wave of regional outlets are not expected to open until 2015, Nigel Travis, chief executive of parent Dunkin’ Brands and president of Dunkin’ Donuts U.S., said the Canton, Mass.-based quick-service chain eventually could have as many as 1,000 locations in Southern California. In some cases, those Dunkin’ Donuts ...
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