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Amid recession, Dunkin's CEO pushes ahead with growth plans

'Even in these tough economic times, we want to show we are growing,' said Nigel Travis, chief executive, Dunkin’ Donuts, on the company’s 15,000th store opening. "Even in these tough economic times, we want to show we are growing," said Nigel Travis, chief executive, Dunkin’ Donuts, on the company’s 15,000th store opening.
By Jenn Abelson
Globe Staff / June 18, 2009

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In January, Nigel Travis left his Louisville digs and Papa John’s pizza to serve as chief executive of the Dunkin’ Donuts empire. So far, the 59-year-old Englishman has ditched his Starbucks habit and tasted his first iced coffee (he prefers Coolattas). (Full article: 731 words)

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