Coffee, video games and...cloud-based computing?

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Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR):

Shares are up more than 9% today after Keurig announced that they had struck a deal to make Kraft's branded coffees, Maxwell House and Gevalia, for single serve use. Kraft has also made a deal to package McDonald's coffee for retail so you'll be able to make McDonald's McCafe's in your Keurig. The company recently partnered with Coca-Cola to create a machine that creates Coke-branded soda at home.

Gamestop (GME):

Next up Gamestop. Shares of the video game retailer are popping up about 6% after the company reported a beat on earnings. High demand for video games and Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 helped boost sales. Gamestop reported earnings of 22 cents a share, estimates were for 19. Total net sales increased about 25% year-over-year.

Salesforce (CRM):

Shares of the maker of cloud-based sales and marketing software are up more than 8% after reporting a beat on estimates by one cent. The company also reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by an increase in demand and raised its full-year profit and revenue forecast for 2015 to between $5.34 billion and $5.37 billion.

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