The company's new breakfast item seems like a better fit at Starbucks. And that's exactly the point.
Retailers are lining up to license the company's amazing new mobile payments system, which could be worth billions.
The coffee company's plan to make K-Cups exclusive to its new Keurig machine sounds awfully familiar to iTunes' failed plan for music files a decade ago.
It remains to be seen whether the king of lowbrow coffee will be able to win over java snobs.
Groups claim that the social network and its sister site Instagram facilitate questionable, and perhaps illegal, trading and selling of weapons.
Mermaid-emblazoned cups are no longer allowed outside the network's office compound after its private coffee bar -- the only Starbucks in Sochi -- is publicized.
The coffee chain can be the butt of a little joke and still bring home strong results for investors.
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