Dunkin' Brands is moving swiftly westward, and sales at its U.S. Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins stores were strong enough to swing the company from a loss to a profit in the fourth-quarter, but the company is struggling in its efforts at international expansion. "Now, we are turning our attention to Dunkin' International. And it will benefit from the kind of disciplines we've applied in the U.S., but it takes time," said CEO Nigel Travis.

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