Rosenbloom, Joseph
June 2002
Inc.;Jun2002, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p106
Focuses on the slipstreaming strategy adopted by Chris Mottern, chief executive officer of Peet's Coffee & Tea Inc., in competing against the market dominated by the Starbucks brand. Concept behind the strategy; Goal of the company; Effect of the strategy to the company's revenue.


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