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Topic - Brian Kelley
Vermont's Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc., is planning to ask its shareholders to change the company's name to Keurig Green Mountain Inc.
Prison guards at a Western Maryland correctional facility say a union boss berated and tried to intimidate them after they raised questions at a pre-shift meeting about how their fees are spent and the benefits of belonging to a union.
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.