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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Brian Kelley
One of country music's top vocal duos is coming to the Illinois State Fair this summer.
Vermont's Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc., is planning to ask its shareholders to change the company's name to Keurig Green Mountain Inc.
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Kelley says officials have been thinking about the name change for a while because so much of the company's business is driven by the Keurig single-cup system.
CEO Brian Kelley says he expects shareholders to approve the name change at the company's annual meeting in March.