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February 24, 2001 | SABRINA DECKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the glass door of Starbucks on Kanan Road a sign reads, "I'm sorry, we're out of soy milk until later today." Next door, on the glass window of Yum Yum Donuts, another sign reads, "Medium coffee and muffin $1.49 plus tax." A thin strip of grass--and one invisible barrier--separates the two establishments. Walk into Starbucks and you meet a line of upper-middle-class professionals waiting for coffee and pastries. A plum-painted ceiling is complemented by the designer tile and carpeting.
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August 13, 2004 | Dawn Wotapka, Times Staff Writer
Dueling doughnut chains have agreed to join forces. Yum Yum Donuts said Thursday that it would acquire Winchell's Donut House. City of Industry-based Yum Yum, which has 71 Southern California stores, will keep the Winchell's brand, according to Roxanne Ruben, a spokeswoman for both companies. Santa Ana-based Winchell's has almost 200 outlets in the U.S. -- primarily in California -- and several overseas. The sale is expected to close within two months. Terms weren't disclosed.
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August 13, 2004 | Dawn Wotapka, Times Staff Writer
Dueling doughnut chains have agreed to join forces. Yum Yum Donuts said Thursday that it would acquire Winchell's Donut House. City of Industry-based Yum Yum, which has 71 Southern California stores, will keep the Winchell's brand, according to Roxanne Ruben, a spokeswoman for both companies. Santa Ana-based Winchell's has almost 200 outlets in the U.S. -- primarily in California -- and several overseas. The sale is expected to close within two months. Terms weren't disclosed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 2001 | SABRINA DECKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the glass door of Starbucks on Kanan Road a sign reads, "I'm sorry, we're out of soy milk until later today." Next door, on the glass window of Yum Yum Donuts, another sign reads, "Medium coffee and muffin $1.49 plus tax." A thin strip of grass--and one invisible barrier--separates the two establishments. Walk into Starbucks and you meet a line of upper-middle-class professionals waiting for coffee and pastries. A plum-painted ceiling is complemented by the designer tile and carpeting.
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