Having failed thus far to get the tax returns of President Trump released, New York Attorney General Letitia James has turned her sights on Dunkin’ Brands, filing a suit against Dunkin for not providing notices to 20,000 DD Perks members that a 2015 cyber-attack may have compromised their customer information. In addition, the NY AG alleges that in the absence of appropriate safeguards, a 2018 cyber-attack jeopardized the information of an additional 300,000 customers. The complaint was filed yesterday in state court in Manhattan. Ironically, the DD Perks program and Dunkin’s mobile and on-the-go ordering increased significantly in Q2 with average weekly on the go sales increasing 30% year-over-year, accounting for up to 4$ of total transactions. The figures were much improved even in locations without a drive thru, with those having risen by as much as 7 percent. At the same time, Q2 saw an increase in DD Perks membership of 1 million new members, bringing total Perks members to over 12 million today! And finally, next week the “Dunkin Womens Hockey Showcase” will get underway in Hudson New Hampshire on October 5. The tour is a multi-city showcase featuring most of North America’s best female hockey players. Dunkin’ has been a sponsor of the National Womens Hockey League since its inception 5 years ago.