Starbucks deal gives Nestle more punch in fight with JAB

LONDON/ZURICH/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Nestle’s $7 billion licensing deal for Starbucks’ retail business gives it a much-needed boost in its battle against JAB, the privately owned investment firm stirring up the coffee industry with a string of deals. JAB, the family office of Europe’s billionaire Reimann clan, has built up the world’s second-largest coffee business over the past five years.

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