Mar 26, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
In a sale in which its timing might appear clairvoyant to observers, Robert Stiller, chair and founder of Green Mountain Coffee , sold $66.3 million of his shares before it was announced that Starbucks was launching a single-cup coffee maker that would compete with GMCR's K-Cup brewer.
For the latest information and to join the lawsuit investigating insider selling visit www.greenmountaincoffeeshareholders.com or call 1-800-279-6996. Jos. Santoli, Esq.
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