Caribou Coffee Holder Offers To Sell 5.2M Shares

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Caribou Coffee Co. said Monday that one of its major stockholders is offering to sell about 5.2 million shares.

Caribou Holding Company Ltd., an affiliate of Bahrainian investment firm Arcapita Bank B.S.C., is also giving the underwriters of the public offering an option to buy up to 772,245 additional shares to cover any excess demand.

Including the optional shares, the offering amounts to Arcapita’s entire stake in Caribou.

Caribou Coffee will not receive any of the offering’s proceeds. The company has about 20.7 million shares outstanding.

Earlier this month Caribou Coffee reported that its second-quarter net income rose 83 percent as revenue from its coffee shops, commercial sales and franchise sales all improved

Caribou Coffee had 554 coffeehouses, including 147 franchised locations, in 20 states, the District of Columbia and nine international markets as of July 3.

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  • Don Juan

    That.s a lot of java

    • Taylor J

      @ Don Juan

      No beans about it :) (keep it going)

      • the crux of the biscuit


  • Mike

    Nice to know that their profits are so good considering all coffee prices have been skyrocketing….
    /sarcasm off

  • This guy

    That is the definition of sell high. The value really can only go down.

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