The world's biggest beverage maker said Wednesday that it's buying a 10 percent stake in Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. for $1.25 billion ... Investors sent Green Mountain's stock soaring and SodaStream's lower after the deal …
Starbucks had got into a deal with Keurig’s brewer parent Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. (NasdaqGS ... Currently, we prefer to rate the stock as Neutral. Starbucks holds the Zacks #3 Rank, which translates into a short …
Keurig Green Mountain’s big hopes for an at-home soda machine to rival ... as the product page has a note that it is …
Keurig Green Mountain Inc (GMCR) hasn't closed a week south of $90 since late-January 2014 Keurig Green Mountain Inc (NASDAQ:GMCR) earlier breached the $90 mark for the first time since February 2014 -- bottoming at …
NEW YORK - Coca-Cola (KO) has raised its stake in Keurig Green Mountain Inc., the beverage dispenser maker, as it looks to bring its familiar drink brands to the fast-growing at-home market. The world's biggest beverage company …
Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. produces and sells coffeemakers and specialty coffee in the United States, Canada, and internationally. The company sources, produces, and sells coffee, hot cocoa, teas, and other beverages under K-Cup, …
Tata Global Beverages (TGB) and Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. (Keurig) today announced a multi-year expansion of their partnership for the manufacturing, sales, licensing and distribution of the Eight O�Clock coffee and Tetley tea brands …
BOSTON • A legal dispute is brewing between insurance company Liberty Mutual and Keurig Green Mountain, the maker of single-cup coffee machines. The Boston-based insurer has filed a lawsuit that alleges that a Massachusetts …
The K-cups, as the pods are known, will have a broth inside that can be brewed over a packet of dry pasta and a "vegetable blend garnish," the company said in a joint statement with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc., the parent …
Don’t panic if you read that one of your stocks is being split “in the form of a stock dividend.” For you, the outcome will be the same as a normal stock split — you’ll wind up with more shares but an unchanged total cost basis. Neither action ...