Coffee chain objects to book retailerâ€™s move to end licensing agreement
Seattle’s Best Coffee has asked a U.S. bankruptcy court this week to reject a plan by the bankrupt Borders bookstore chain to end its licensing agreement with the café operator. In bankruptcy filings last week, Borders Group Inc. said it planned to cut costs by ending its licensing agreement with Seattle’s Best Coffee, which has operated cafes in the bookstores since 2004. EARLIER: Seattle’s Best may lose Borders partnership Seattle’s Best, a secondary concept ...
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