1 Surprising Winner From Starbucks’ Latest Move

The following video is from today’s MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill, Bryan Hinmon, and Jason Moser discuss the latest business news. Starbucks announced it will open its first-ever Tazo tea shop in Seattle later this year. Does this spell doom for companies like Teavana Holdings? In this segment the guys analyze the beverage industry, share why this may be a blessing in disguise for the tea industry, and give Starbucks shareholders one key metric to watch as the company continues to grow.

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