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Top-manager of McDonald's head the Dunkin 'Donuts

Former head of the division growing markets McDonald's David Hoffman appointed President of Dunkin 'Donuts in the US and Canada, according to The Wall Street Journal. Hoffman will take a new position in October 3, according to RNS.

Hoffman retired from McDonald's last week after 22 years. Head of the division growing markets, including Russia, China and South Korea, he was appointed in July 2015 years.

Previously, the company announced that the head of the US office of McDonald's Mike Andres leave from his post at the beginning of the year 2017. The new head will be the director of strategic development of the company Chris Kempchinski.

Also, the post will leave the chief administrative office of the American Office McDonald's Pete Bensen.

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