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Keurig, a subdivision of Green Mountain Coffee, makes single-cup pod-style coffee makers. Until 2011, they held 100 percent of the legitimate market, as they had a patent on the cups. Until 2011. And late last year, Green Mountain's attempt to use method patents to stop the burgeoning third-party pod market......
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. (GMCR) Annual Meeting of Shareholders Conference Call March 6, 2014 10:00 AM ET Executives Norman Wesley – Chairman Sonia Cudd – VP, Associate General Counsel and the Corporate Secretary Brian Kelley – President and CEO Presentation Norman Wesley Good morning. Show More Summary
Marcus Wohlsen covers the plans of Green Mountain Coffee to add DRM to the little plastic cups of ground coffee used in its Keurig-brand coffee machines, More than just curbing your coffee choices, Green Mountain’s protections portend...Show More Summary
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The biggest brand in the single-serve coffee market, Keurig, will soon be selling coffee makers that only work with the company’s own K-cups. On sale later this year, the new cups will come with what Keurig’s owner, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, calls “interactive technology” that effectively locks out imitation K-cups, the Verge reports. Show More Summary
Green Mountain fixates on controlling the coffee pod market.
Poor Keurig. Their K-Cup coffeemakers are immensely popular with consumers, but so are K-Cup-compatible brewing systems and coffee pods made by other manufacturers. That’s okay, though: the brand, part of Green Mountain Coffee, is in the process of developing its next brewer. Show More Summary
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters are not content to have a single-serving Keurig coffee machine in every home and office building; they want dibs on those little pods you use to make the coffee, too. So like the movie industry and music industry before them, they've decided to shut out the competition with the cunning use of DRM-locks.
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BySeth Golden: On February 26th SodaStream (SODA) will deliver its Q4 2013 results, but the results are not what have investors speculating on the stock presently. With Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) and Coca-Cola (KO) entering...Show More Summary
Is the Green Mountain Coffee Roasters and Coca-Cola deal deserving of the gains and hype it has received, or is another at-home beverage maker like SodaStream a better option?
SodaStream could actually benefit from the Coca-Cola/Green Mountain deal. At the current price, investors could benefit greatly from SodaStream's high growth.