(Reuters) - Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc’s GMCR.O former chairman Robert Stiller ... His stake was valued at about $51.4 million based on the stock’s closing price on Tuesday. On Tuesday, Stiller was removed as Green …
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters are up a tidy 13% Monday following the news ... Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts upgraded the stock to “Buy” from “underperform” Monday. Stifel Nicolaus analysts however kept their “sell” …
He called out Lehman Brothers for its accounting, has taken Microsoft‘s chief executive to task and bet against the most darling stock this year, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. Now, he is going long on government bailout recipient and …
The news of Coca-Cola’s increased interest in the GMCR sent the stock up $5.45, or 4.92%, in pre-market trading, while Coke’s stock was basically flat. Shares of Coca-Cola Co. (KO) have a yield of 2.99% based on Monday’s closing price …
The other “significant loser” was the firm’s short bet on Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, GMCR.O which rose from $41.34 to $56.76 a share. A short position loses value as a stock rises in price.
At a 2011 conference where prominent hedge fund managers presented key investment ideas, Greenlight Capital’s David Einhorn raked Green Mountain Coffee Roasters ... “aggressive” revenue recognition. The stock nosedived that day …