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"People will drive past a Dunkin' Donuts to get to Krispy Kreme", says Sam Yake, BGB Securities analyst. The doughnut chain more than doubled its earnings in the first quarter, beating Wall Street forecasts.
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Krispy Kreme Doughnuts said on Monday that Chief Executive Daryl G. Brewster has resigned for personal reasons and will be replaced by its Chairman James H. Morgan as president and CEO.
For years, Taco Bell has put up some crazy promotions related to the World Series. My take is they’ve tried to give away a free taco, but they focused too hard on the publicity of it all and not on the actual possibility that one of their promotions could ever pay off for fans.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts said Friday that it is realigning its franchise and company store operations, a move that should help the company improve sales at existing locations and cut costs.
Stocks closed with modest gains as investors shrugged off sharp declines in China and higher energy prices amid continued mergers and acquisitions activity. "Right now we're in a glass-half-full type of mood," said Al Goldman, chief market strategist at A.G. Edwards. "The market just doesn't seem to go down."
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts said Monday its first-quarter loss widened as the doughnut maker continues its recovery from a bad stumble several years ago.