tea

Wall Street Watch: It's Tea Time for Starbucks

Starbucks announced on Wednesday that it will pay $620 million to acquire Teavana, the upscale mall chain that sells dozens of varieties of loose teas and artisanal tea-making equipment. They do also sell brewed tea beverages, but that's only sliver of its business. For Starbucks, this is a retail play, pure and simple.

Coffee Still Reigns as U.S. Java King

Despite the specialty-coffee craze for lattes, cappuccinos and other blended and frozen drinks, most caffeine addicts still opt for a regular cup of coffee, according to a new survey by Technomic.

When Will Coke Sell Its Bottlers? CEO Kent Explains

Coca-Cola's strong earnings drew only a tepid response from investors. One reason for that could be the company's go-slow approach to unloading its global bottling operations that it has finally shaped up after several years of rebuilding. But Muhtar Kent says he's not going to rush any sales.

Starbucks asks tea drinkers to pay up

Tea has long been considered both a drink imparting many health benefits and -- even better -- a relative bargain. Due to a new move from Starbucks,...

The revolution drinks tea

In a trendy beverage progression he describes as "Red Bulls, coffee, and everything else," Digg founder Kevin Rose has now arrived at an ancient...

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