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Single-Serve Coffee Savings

Single-serve coffee is convenient, but the costs can add up. Here's how to save on your home brew, one cup at a time.

5 Winners and Losers in Business Last Week

Among the best and worst results of last week: Dell delayed a key vote on its future, Overstock.com overperformed, and toymakers showed they haven't been having much fun.

Green Mountain Coffee Earnings Brewed Up Strong

Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, the company behind the Keurig single-cup brewer and the K-Cup, posted piping hot quarterly results after Tuesday's market close, blowing away analysts' lukewarm expectations of flat earnings.

Starbucks Single-Serve Verismo Arrives in Stores

Starbucks Corp. is about to turn up the heat on the single-serve coffee market, and someone might get burned. The Verismo will be sold online for $199 starting this week, and in Starbucks cafes beginning next month.

Green Mountain Brews Up a Bitter Pot for Investors

Shares of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters crashed after an abysmal quarterly report Wednesday night. The company behind the Keurig coffeemaker and the single-service K-Cup failed to live up to its guidance, and its 2012 outlook is even more disappointing.

Coffee Costs: 5 Ways to Save Money on K-Cups

The convenience of single-cup coffeemakers is undeniable: They're simple. They're fast. They're clean. What they aren't, unless you're comparing them to a Starbucks habit, is cheap. Think $50-a-pound coffee. But it's possible reduce the cost of your K-cup caffeine hit.

Hot Holiday Gifts Revealed: 6 Big Chains Tell All

If you're not done with your holiday shopping, let DailyFinance help: Six of the nation's biggest retailers gave us the scoop on what's been flying off the shelves this year. So here's our exclusive rundown of some of the top sellers at Macy's, Target, J.C. Penney, Best Buy, Toys R Us and Sephora.

Hot Coffee Stocks Have Gone Cold: Is a Refill Coming?

Just a few months ago, coffee-related companies were as hot as a steaming cup of joe. Buoyant coffee bean prices, a growing consumer appetite for premium coffee, and a few company-specific events fueled a rally in the niche. But the hype has lost it caffeine buzz, and prices are way down.

3 Reasons Green Mountain Will Bounce Back

Words can move the market, especially when the person mouthing those words is legendary hedge fund manager David Einhorn. Shares of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters tumbled 10% after Einhorn revealed that he was betting against the company. Let's go over three reasons he may have sipped more than he can slurp here.

A Starbucks, Peet's Coffee Tie-Up Could Be a Win-Win

The longtime coffee rivals may be discussing a merger. It could be a win for both brewers. Starbucks could provide the smaller player with a boost in the single-cup market. And Peet's, which has longstanding deals with grocery chains, could steer Starbucks to a smoother grocery distribution strategy.