Business Briefs: Dunkin' Donuts recalling glass tumblers

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BERKSHIRESDunkin' Donuts recalling glass tumblersDunkin' Donuts announced on Tuesday that it is recalling 16 ounce glass tumblers for hot and cold beverages due to laceration and burn hazards, according to the U.S. Product Safety Commission.The tumblers are being recalled because they can crack or break, posing laceration and burn hazards. Sold in three styles, they are approximately 8 inches tall and 3 inches in diameter.Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled glass tumblers and return them to the Dunkin' Donuts restaurant where they were purchased for a full refund. Dunkin' Donuts has eight locations in Berkshire County, three stores in Pittsfield, and single stores in Adams, Cheshire, Lee, Great Barrington and North Adams.Information: Call Dunkin' Donuts at 800 859-5339,. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Times, Monday through Friday; online at www,dunkindonuts.com; GREAT BARRINGTONFlying Cloud Institute appoints new executive directorMaria Rundle was appointed executive director of the Flying Cloud Institute at a recent meering of the Board of Directors. She will assume her new duties on Jan. 16.Rundle is currently the director of development at Gould Farm in Monterery, where she has worked since 2008. She initially managed the child care program before being promoted to her current position in 2012. She recently completed a four-year term on the school committee for the Southern Berkshire Regional School District.As planned, current executive director Jane Burke and her husband, Larry, will both step off the board of directors in February. Jane Burke, who founded Flying Cloud Institute with her husband and father 35 years ago, will remain as a consultant and educator for various programs at the institute.BERKSHIRESState launches data breach notification archiveThe state Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation is providing online public availability of its Data Breach Notification Archives.The state's Data Security Law requires any entity that keeps a Massachusetts resident's personal information to notify affected residents, the Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation and the Attorney General's office any time personal information is accidentally or intentionally compromised. The information maintained by the Office of Consumer Affairs was previously only available through public records requests.The updated Public Records Law, signed by Governor Charlie Baker in June, mandated the placement of certain public records online. Individual agencies were authorized to post public record information of significant interest that agencies deem appropriate.


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