Coke is coming to K-Cups, perking up Green Mountain Coffee's stock.
Coca-Cola announced a partnership Wednesday with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, maker of the popular Keurig single-serving coffee machine.
The news sent Green Mountain shares soaring more than 25% in Thursday trading. Green Mountain said it would undertake a "meaningful" share repurchase program to reduce dilution of existing investors' holdings.
Coke shares rose about 1% Thursday.
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Two Seattle residents have bought 'hiphopmarijuana.com' and 200 other internet domain names that have to do with pot.
They're hoping to re-sell them at a profit, now that it's legal in Colorado, reports Christine Romans.
They say they've already gotten inquires from California to Australia.
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