Major changes for three company leaders.
Dunkin' Brands updated the roles of three of its senior executives as well as its organizational structure.
Bill Mitchell now serves as president, Dunkin' Brands International. Scott Murphy is senior vice president, Dunkin' Donuts Operations U.S. and Canada, and Weldon Spangler was promoted to senior vice president, Baskin-Robbins U.S. and Canada.
Coinciding with the organizational moves, Dunkin' Brands' consolidated its international business under Mitchell's leadership, giving him responsibility for nearly 8,500 Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins restaurants located in 61 countries outside the U.S. Mitchell joined Dunkin' Brands in October 2010 and most recently had responsibility for Baskin-Robbins in the U.S., Canada and Japan as well as for both brands in China and Korea.
In his new role, Murphy assumes operational responsibility for the more than 8,000 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in the U.S. and Canada. Murphy will also continue to serve as chief supply officer.
With Mitchell's transition to international president, Weldon Spangler assumes operational and marketing responsibilities for the more than 2,500 Baskin-Robbins restaurants in the U.S. and Canada. Spangler most recently served as vice president, Dunkin' Donuts Operations in the U.S. and Canada.