Tim Hortons Inc. Chief Executive Officer Marc Caira said Canada’s largest coffee and doughnuts chain must succeed in the U.S. as competition brings slower growth at home.
It’s the dank, stinking stairwells of Toronto’s Regent Park housing project that for residents like Ines Garcia represent the failures of the past, and now, as they’re being demolished, hope for the future.
Tim Hortons Inc.’s move to reward shareholders at bondholders’ expense was forgotten yesterday as supply-starved investors lapped up the latest issue from the Canadian coffee-and-doughnut chain.
Canadian stocks gained after two days of declines as energy companies increased with the price of oil while raw-material and technology companies fell.
Doreen Cappelli is so hooked on her morning cappuccino that she says she’d pay a lot more to get it.
Tim Hortons Inc., the Canadian coffee-and-doughnuts chain under pressure from activist investors, will use less capital and more franchises in a “must-win battle” for U.S. customers.