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Opportunities and risks that Dunkin’ Brands investors must know
It’s no big secret that Dunkin’ Donuts has the highest relative leverage in the industry. Leverage comes with a number of risks— a substantial risk is the interest paid on debt.
Why Dunkin’ Brands is a unique player in a maturing industry
Dunkin’ Donuts’ main competitor on the coffee sales front is Starbucks, which sells coffee from its company-owned fleet of retail locations.
The Starbucks Market Mystique
Starbucks stock began its ascent in late September 2014. Prices increased even more after the first-quarter 2015 earnings were released on January 22, 2015.
How Dunkin Donuts Is Embracing Technology
Dunikin’ is embracing technology with a phone app that allows you to search Dunkin’ Donuts locations, see nutritional information, and gift Dunkin’ treats.
A Business Overview Of Starbucks Corporation
Starbucks Corporation (SBUX) is a limited-service café. It operates more than 20,000 restaurants across 65 countries around the world. It employs more than 191,000 people.
Must know: How coffee price affected Dunkin’ Brands
The performance of the coffee industry as a whole is less affected by coffee commodity price movements than the typical investor might expect.
International presence: Dunkin’ brands’ positive global outlook
Dunkin’ Brands have had an international presence since 1961’s introduction into the Canadian market. Currently, their key markets for both brands are in Asia and the Middle East.
An industry advantage: Dunkin’ Brands’ operating costs are dieting
Dunkin’ Brands has a very low capital requirement relative to the rest of the coffee retail industry. This is due to its business model, centered around establishing franchises across the world.
Must-know: Dunkin’ Brands is innovating the supply chain
Dunkin’ Brands Group doesn’t typically supply products to its franchises. Revenues derive from royalty fees as opposed to product distribution.