Interesting to note that retired Dunkin’ CEO and Chairman Nigel Travis is not “going quietly into that good night”. It seems the owner of the Leyton Orient Soccer Club is ascending to the role of Chairman at retail giant Abercrombie & Fitch. Travis joined the Board of Directors at the company back in 2019 and will now succeed outgoing Chairman Terry Burman, who will step down at the end of next month making way for Nigel to assume the post on January 28. By the way, Leyton Orient currently sits in first place atop the Football League Two standings. Congratulations to Nigel on both counts! In other news of note, North Carolina-based Krispy Kreme has agreed to a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) for wage violations in the amount of $1.1 million. The alleged violations initially stemmed from one Kentucky location of the chain, but ended up leading DOL to an investigation of all 242 locations operated by the company. The settlement covered wage theft allegations for some 516 workers wherein the company was charged with underpaying workers for overtime, violations that the DOL categorized as “widespread and systematic”.  Krispy Kreme acknowledged the settlement, describing it as being in the best interests of the company but emphasized that the company disagreed with the findings and did not admit to any wrongdoing.