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Vincent Marotta Sr., Who Helped Revolutionize How the World Brews Coffee, Dies at 91
Innovators

Vincent Marotta Sr., Who Helped Revolutionize How the World Brews Coffee, Dies at 91

The intrepid Ohio entrepreneur convinced 'Joltin Joe' DiMaggio to stump for Mr. Coffee, even though the legendary centerfielder never touched the stuff it brewed.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Americans Are Drinking Less Coffee Than Ever. Here's Why.
Coffee

Americans Are Drinking Less Coffee Than Ever. Here's Why.

Hint: Why make a whole pot when you can brew a single cup?
Kim Lachance Shandrow
The Keurig K-Cup's Inventor Says He Feels Bad That He Made It. Here's Why.
Inventors

The Keurig K-Cup's Inventor Says He Feels Bad That He Made It. Here's Why.

K-cups are everywhere. And its waste is, too, thanks to the fact that the cups are almost impossible to recycle.
Drake Baer
Dunkin' Donuts Unveils Profit-Sharing Program for Franchisees
Dunkin Donuts

Dunkin' Donuts Unveils Profit-Sharing Program for Franchisees

For the first time, Dunkin' is selling K-Cups in grocery stores and online – and franchisees are reaping the rewards.
Kate Taylor
Keurig Recalls More Than 7 Million Brewing Machines
News and trends

Keurig Recalls More Than 7 Million Brewing Machines

There have been about 90 reports of injuries from the coffee maker's Mini Plus brewers in the U.S.
What Coke Is Brewing by Increasing Its Stake in Keurig
Coca-Cola

What Coke Is Brewing by Increasing Its Stake in Keurig

Coca-Cola has upped its stake in the coffee maker company to 16 percent from 10 percent.
Kate Taylor
Is This the K-Cup's Fatal Flaw?
Environment

Is This the K-Cup's Fatal Flaw?

If K-Cups are considered the future of coffee, new research is calling into question the future of the K-Cup.
Geoff Weiss
Home-Brewed Coca-Cola in 2015 Could Transform the Beverage Industry
Growth Strategies

Home-Brewed Coca-Cola in 2015 Could Transform the Beverage Industry

Coca-Cola has inked a 10-year partnership with Keurig-maker Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, and has also purchased a 10% equity stake in the company valued at $1.25 billion.
Geoff Weiss