Starbucks is known for roasting coffee. But in the case of the Seattle-based giant versus a small, family-run coffee operation, Starbucks itself got roasted.
The company just lost a 12-year legal battle in which it demanded that Wolfe's Borough Coffee in New Hampshire stop selling a blend called "Mister Charbucks."
Wolfe's Borough Coffee CEO Jim Clark appeared on "Street Signs" to discuss the lawsuit.
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Though he won it, Clark told CNBC's Mandy Drury and Brian Sullivan that the stress has been brutal and that the publicity has not helped his business, which he and his wife run.