Last August, when Keurig introduced its 2.0 line of coffeemaker, it stopped making My K-Cup for it and made the machine incompatible with any K-Cups already in existence, as well as with any unlicensed disposable K-Cups made by other companies. After months of furious reaction, Keurig’s CEO admitted that was a mistake.
Last August, when Keurig introduced its 2.0 line of coffeemaker, it stopped making My K-Cup for it and made the machine incompatible with any K-Cups already in existence, as well as with any unlicensed disposable K-Cups made by other companies. After months of furious reaction, Keurig’s CEO admitted that was a mistake. Daniel Acker Bloomberg
Last August, when Keurig introduced its 2.0 line of coffeemaker, it stopped making My K-Cup for it and made the machine incompatible with any K-Cups already in existence, as well as with any unlicensed disposable K-Cups made by other companies. After months of furious reaction, Keurig’s CEO admitted that was a mistake. Daniel Acker Bloomberg