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SeekingAlpha  Jul 3  Comment 
ByBrian Grosso: I regularly screen for high ROA (ROA > 15%, the closest screenable metric on finviz.com to ROIC) businesses whose stocks have declined recently (price below 200 day simple moving average). Tim Hortons (THI) has been coming up on...
Canada.com  Jul 2  Comment 
CIBC’s new Double Double Visa card, a partnership with Tim Hortons, is a flashy way to try to get more people to become clients of Canada’s fifth-largest bank
Motley Fool  Jun 23  Comment 
Tim Hortons is moving in the right direction with technology.
SeekingAlpha  Jun 18  Comment 
By Zachary Chippin: Introduction Many investors who are seeking yield look at household names such as The Coca-Cola Company (KO), Procter & Gamble (PG), McDonald's (MCD) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ). No denying it, these companies have been...
The Globe and Mail  Jun 5  Comment 
Environmentalists say rainforests are being cut down and burned to make way for palm tree plantations
TechCrunch  May 22  Comment 
 Tim Hortons is Canadian-born, much like myself, and it offers up affordable coffee and donuts, much unlike myself. The company has been making inroads in the U.S. market over the past few years, and today it’s introducing a feature that’s...
SeekingAlpha  May 7  Comment 
Tim Hortons (THI) Q1 2014 Earnings Call May 07, 2014 2:30 pm ET Executives Scott Bonikowsky - Vice President of Corporate, Public & Government Affairs Marc Caira - Executive Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director ...
Canada.com  May 7  Comment 
Tim Hortons Inc. boosted earnings per share by 17% in the first quarter but missed analyst expectations




 

Tim Hortons, Inc. (NYSE:THI) is the largest fast food restaurant chain in Canada (and the fourth-largest in all of North America) based on market capitalization.[1] Its best selling product is coffee, and the chain is known for its "double-double," a coffee with two creams and two sugars. Tim Horton's also has a food menu to complement its beverage selection, offering doughnuts, sandwiches, and other food items.

Despite intense competition throughout Canada coming from other fast food giants such as McDonald's, Tim Horton’s has acquired more than 75% share of customer traffic in Canada’s coffee and baked goods sector. The company views Quebec and Western Canada as its fastest-growing domestic markets and as opportunities for further expansion. Tim Horton's has also been eager to expand U.S. operations, since it already has high market saturation in Canada. This is problematic, as it is forced to compete with entrenched brands like Dunkin' Donuts, McDonald's (MCD), and Starbucks, and it hasn’t been that successful in the U.S. markets.

Another issue that the company confronts rising prices for commodities such as coffee, oil, wheat, and sugar, which have compressed margins. Tim Horton's must keep its products affordable to attract customers, which keeps it from passing these costs directly onto consumers.

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