Companies would continue as standalone brands
The coffee maker experiments with beer and unisex washrooms
Tim Hortons can’t keep opening stores on every other corner forever
It’s definitely time to reenergize Tim Hortons. But where to start?
Plan to simplify restaurants axed menu items and ice cream brand
Tim Hortons rolls out a long overdue fix for its burning hot cups
OAKVILLE, Ont. – Everything from coffee cup sizes to doughnut selection is under the microscope at Tim Hortons (TSX:THI) as the company’s new chief executive settles into his role and
From the archives: Why is Tim Hortons sitting out the race to build a better lid?
TORONTO – A dreamed-up doughnut that melds together chocolate, caramel and pecans has earned its inventor $10,000 and the knowledge he beat out 63,000 entries in a Tim Hortons contest.
A Calgary coffee lover has started a conversation brewing about one of the country’s most popular java chains, and it seems the public doesn’t want to put a lid on
Tim Hortons’ new chief executive has made a play to satisfy restless investors by increasing the restaurant chain’s debt to repurchase shares and changing its U.S. growth strategy.
OAKVILLE, Ont. – Jason Priestley is in Oakville, Ont. today, helping Tim Hortons whittle down its list of doughnuts dreamed up by the Canadian public.
The Vancouver-born actor will help
TORONTO – Tim Hortons may be basking in the free publicity following coffee giveaways at stores in three Canadian cities, but the company says it has no hand in it.
OTTAWA – It looks like there’s a coffee copycat in Ottawa.
Just days after a man walked into an Edmonton Tim Hortons and paid about $860 for the coffees of
TORONTO – Tim Hortons has apologized for blocking a gay and lesbian news website from its free in-store Wifi networks.
The popular Canadian coffee chain was facing an online backlash
TORONTO – Tim Hortons (TSX:THI) is facing a brewing backlash from Canada’s gay and lesbian community after blocking customers from accessing a news website on its WiFi networks.
OTTAWA – The Department of National Defence is abandoning plans for three mobile, deployable Tim Hortons outlets, denying Canadian troops that familiar taste of home on future overseas missions.