File under Life after Dunkin’. We noted an interesting staffing announcement at the beginning of last month by SharkNinja, apparently a leading producer of small household appliances. The Massachusetts based company announced the appointment of Paul Carbone as the Chief Financial Officer effective November 7. Carbone served as Chief Financial Officer for Dunkin’ Brands for five years from 2012 – 2017 and since that time was CFO at Yeti Holdings. We wish him well in this newest endeavor. Back in the breakfast space, we also noted that Krispy Kreme is culling the herd further with another dozen stores planned to close over the next month or so. The latest closings come in the wake of the company closing eight underperforming stores within the past few weeks. And on the flip side of that coin, Ziggi’s announced that it has signed new franchise development agreements that will yield eight new stores for the 60-unit brand across six states.