Why people are crazy about Blue Bottle, the coffee chain that Nestle just acquired for up to $500 million

Thursday, 14 September 2017  (1 week ago)
Nestle announced Thursday that it had acquired a majority stake in high-end coffee retailer Blue Bottle Coffee, long a favorite of the tech community. 

According to the Financial Times, Nestle will be paying up to $500 million for a 68% stake in the chain, which plans to have 55 locations by the end of the year. There are...

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