May 11, 2011

Dunkin' Donuts plans $400 million Summer IPO

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Over at MSN Money and other financial sites there is news of Dunkin' Donuts filing paperwork for a proposed $400 million dollar IPO. Given the recent news Dunkin' Donuts would be entering the single serve coffee world just like competitor Starbucks using the Keurig K-Cup platform we think this is welcome news.

Potential investors in Dunkin' Donuts should look at it just like a Starbucks given the brick and mortar presence, along with grocery and now and even larger penetration into retail with their K-Cups hopefully next year. What does it all mean? We think in the short term more money to fuel Dunkin' Donuts expansion, and hopefully more money to push their single serve coffee offerings.

Also you have to hope that the housing, job, and other markets continue to improve so IPOs like this don't start strong only to tank on bad consumer spending news.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 11, 2011 7:43 AM

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