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Business News: Dunkin Donuts locations expected to double

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(CBS) - In Business News, you could soon be seeing more Dunkin Donuts.

Analysts at the brokerage house Lazard Capital believe the fast food chain may double the number of locations to 15,000 in the coming years.

Dunkin is already planning to launch 300 new stores this year.

The company is also expanding its menu with new beverages and sandwiches. 

 


 

(CNN) - In an age of extra airline fees, Southwest Airlines announced another free perk for its passengers.


Starting this week, passengers with Internet-ready devices can watch live TV on Southwest flights for free.

Previously, the airline charged passengers five dollars a day for the service. Southwest says the service will be available on planes that are equipped with wireless Internet-- about 75 percent of its fleet. 



(CBS) - Christmas is more than five months away but a British toy store is already predicting this year's hottest gifts.

The Hamley's store in London expects electronic tablets for children to be a top ten Christmas present.

It's believed electric and pedal powered mini-cars will be popular.
And this robotic puppy could be on many wish lists.

The Teksta puppy responds to voice commands and can also play downloaded music.

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