Dunkin’ Brands Inc. said it would focus on new products, unit refurbishments and expansion for both its brands this year after recording increased sales but a dip in profit for 2010. For the Dec. 25-ended fiscal year, Dunkin’ Brands’ net income totaled $26.9 million, a 23-percent decrease from profit of $35 million in 2009. The company attributed the profit decline to a $62 million charge from the extinguishment of debt. Revenue rose 6.7 percent to $7.7 billion in 2010, ...

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