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Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Coffee May Help Drinkers Live Longer, U.S. Study Suggests

Coffee, caffeinated or decaffeinated, may help extend the lives of people who drink it daily, a U.S. study found.

Men who drank 2 to 3 cups a day had a 10 percent chance of outliving those who drank no coffee, while women had a 13 percent advantage, according to research published yesterday in the New England Journal of Medicine.…

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Sunday, January 29th, 2012

Keybanc Capital Markets Quotes StudyLogic

K-cup consumption increased 104% year-over-year in the December quarter to 1.7 billion cups, according to Study Logic. Before we get into the data and our takeaways for GMCR, we think it would be useful to describe the source as well as the methodology behind the data. The source of the K-cup data is Study Logic (SL)....

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Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

USA Today Quotes StudyLogic Data

USA Today: “Survey: 60% use social media to 'call' home when traveling instead of phone, e-mail...” Waiting to hear how hubby's pitch went in London, or if your daughter's enjoying her first Thanksgiving away from home with her new in-laws? Don't bother waiting by the phone or checking e-mail. A new survey suggests that a whopping 60% of us now use social media - instead of making a call or sending an e-mail - to connect with our family and friends back home when we're traveling. The Sheraton-commissioned survey bases its findings on phone interviews with 4,024 people in the U.S., U.K. , and China. Conducted by StudyLogic LLC, the survey reveals some other brow-raising stats that back up what we already know - that social media is a driving force in many of our lives - even when we're busy traveling.

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Monday, May 5th, 2008

StudyLogic Survey for Starwood Hotels

Starwood Hotels: “Element Hotels' Housekeeping Honcho Reveals "Eco-etiquette" Secrets” WHITE PLAINS, NY – May 5, 2008 – Rock stars notoriously trash their hotel rooms, but you don’t have to be Sid Vicious to leave your room in disarray. In fact, it’s your everyday traveler’s etiquette that one would find most surprising -- and more specifically, their lack of “eco-etiquette,” according to Randal Savage, responsible for housekeeping at ELEMENT Hotels as Corporate Director, Rooms at Starwood Hotels & Resorts (NYSE:HOT). The average hotel guest might not invite 30 of his closet friends over for a 4 AM fiesta, but from leaving lights on all day to air-conditioning the outdoors, hotel guests often leave their “eco-etiquette” at home.

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