Caribou Coffee chief executive Mike Tattersfield walked into one of his chain’s 541 coffeehouses wearing pink sneakers, hours before he was to speak at a luncheon in Chicago for breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The Minneapolis-based chain’s fundraising efforts for the Komen organization are part of its corporate social responsibility program, internally branded as “Do Good.” But Tattersfield spoke at length with Nation’s Restaurant News this ...

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