Can Denny's Steal Some of McDonald's Thunder?

The following video is from Tuesday's MarketFoolery podcast in which host Chris Hill, along with analysts Andy Cross and Tim Hanson, discuss the top business and investing stories.

In this segment, Denny's has announced it is launching its own line of coffee blends and specialty coffee drinks. The guys discuss why the move may help increase the average "ticket" per customer but probably won't threaten others in the space.


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The relevant video segment can be found between 17:40 and 20:51.

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