A union representing drivers and delivery staff for Dunkin' Donuts' largest distributor in New England has postponed plans to strike after making progress in contract negotiations, parent company Dunkin' Brands Inc. said Tuesday. Teamsters Local 25 indicated last week that its members would strike the distributor, Northeast DCP, potentially halting operations at as many as 2,500 Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins locations. The union has accused Northeast DCP, which is owned by ...

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