Earlier this year, the man who invented "K-Cup" coffee pods said he regretted he ever did it.
Today, certain investors in parent company Keurig Green Mountain probably wish they hadn't bought in.
The company's stock fell 10 per cent when the market opened on Thursday, after experiencing a 23 per cent decline in first quarter sales of its brewing machines and accessories year over year, CNN reported.
All this, after Keurig was considered one of the most popular stocks of the past couple of years. READ MORE