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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Google is making another big bet on hardware, CNN's Christine Romans reports.
The search giant announced Monday that it's buying connected device maker Nest Labs for $3.2 billion in cash.
Nest, led by former Apple designer Tony Fadell, develops "smart" home appliances like thermostats and smoke detectors that can program themselves and communicate with smartphones.
Nest will maintain its brand name and continue to be led by Fadell, Google said, adding that the deal will likely close "in the next few months."