Money Matters: Dunkin Donuts may move headquarters

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July 11, 2013, 8:40 am
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(NECN) - According to Boston.com, the coffee giant Dunkin Donuts could move their headquarters from Canton, Mass. if selectman don't come up with a sweet incentive.
     
One possible deal could be an extension on a tax break for the company's building.
     
A town official says Westwood is one place Dunkin is looking at.
     
The company hasn't commented on a rumored relocation.

Congress is looking for another way to restore low interest rates on student loans.
     
A student loan bill backed by the White House failed in the Senate Wednesday.
     
That proposal would have restored the 3.4 percent interest rates on subsidized Stafford loans for one more year.

It looks like the battle for Hulu maybe just getting started.
     
According to Bloomberg news, DirecTV and a partnership of Chernin Group and AT&T are offering about $1 billion for the video streaming service.
     
This isn't the first time Hulu has been up for grabs.
     
Two years ago its main shareholders, Disney and News Corp decided not to sell.

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