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Starbucks says it signed a new five-year contract to make single-serve packs for Green Mountain's Keurig brewing machines, a deal that also expands the companies' partnership beyond North America. The deal comes after Starbucks last year introduced
Big Winners This Week In this video, John Reeves reviews three companies that had a really good week...This company has been steadily growing and its stock has tripled since last August. Despite that rise, Green Mountain looks like it still has room
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And until Tuesday, the Steamboat Springs High School girls basketball team hadn't won a state playoff game in a long time. With a 32-30 win at Green Mountain on Tuesday, the Steamboat girls basketball team won its first playoff game in more than a
The auction for the beleaguered Tully's Coffee chain concluded Friday in federal bankruptcy court, with a judge approving the sale to an ownership group led by actor Patrick Dempsey . Dempsey dubbed "McDreamy" in the hospital drama "Grey's Anatomy"
The Week That Was Tuesday...Mr. Devlin covered how the Wolves ultimately adjusted to the Rebels physical style of play and pulled out the win. We don't think this loss will prevent Columbine from eventually cracking our top 10.
SodaStream International Ltd. posted the longest stretch of gains this year in New York on prospects the Israeli company will benefit from a television commercial that was banned in the U.K. after the video was viewed over a million times online.
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