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(BE) Caffeinated Co-Founder, Chris Wood, Talks Coffee, Marketing and Nerds

His junior year of college, he changed his major to business administration with an emphasis in entrepreneurship. “I haven’t looked back since,” says the (Be) Caffeinated co-owner. “I enjoy the grind, the creativity, the problem solving, and making people happy. It is definitely stressful and taxing and draining, but most months it feels worth it.”
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Chris Wood sent warning about Newcastle United future

Newcastle United have had a problem up top this season. Callum Wilson has been out since December after picking up an injury but somehow he is still the club’s top scorer of the campaign till now. And even he was not very prolific before his stint on the sidelines, and scored only 6 goals. A large part of that is due to the struggles that Chris Wood has faced though.
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Chris Wood chasing two more wins to keep Newcastle safe from the drop

Match-winner Chris Wood is targeting two more wins to end Newcastle’s fight for Premier League survival.Friday night’s 1-0 victory over Wolves at St James’ Park left the Magpies 10 points clear of the relegation zone with time running out fast for the teams below them, but head coach Eddie Howe was swift to insist afterwards that their worries are far from over.However Wood, whose 72nd-minute penalty paid off another instalment of the £25million the club invested in his services in January, is confident two more wins will compete the job. And with Leicester and Crystal Palace due on Tyneside inside...
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Eddie Howe hails Newcastle match-winner Chris Wood following Wolves victory

Eddie Howe saluted the character of £25million January signing Chris Wood after watching him hold his nerve to fire Newcastle to a priceless Premier League victory over Wolves.Wood’s second goal for the Magpies and the first on Tyneside arrived courtesy of a 72nd-minute penalty and secured a 1-0 win which eased the club 10 points clear of the relegation zone.The New Zealand international, who had seen a first-half strike ruled out by VAR, had to wait while referee Peter Bankes’ decision was checked, but eventually sent goalkeeper Jose Sa, who had fouled him, the wrong way to win a tight...
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Chris Wood penalty enough as Newcastle edge Wolves and move to brink of safety

Chris Wood blasted home a 72nd-minute penalty to hand Newcastle a precious victory over Wolves which lifted them to the brink of Premier League safety.The £25million January signing’s second goal in a black and white shirt secured a 1-0 win which left the Magpies 10 points clear of the relegation zone and piled the pressure on the teams below them.Wood, who became New Zealand’s record scorer during last month’s international break, had seen a first-half strike ruled out by VAR, but his decisive intervention ended his side’s three-game losing streak, to the delight of the majority of a crowd of...
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Newcastle 1-0 Wolves: Chris Wood penalty moves Magpies one step closer to safety

Newcastle moved 10 points clear of the relegation zone as Chris Wood's penalty secured a 1-0 victory over Wolves on Friday Night Football. Eddie Howe's side dominated at St James' Park with Wolves delivering a sub-par performance, but the hosts had to wait until the 72nd minute for their breakthrough as Wood sent Jose Sa the wrong way from the penalty spot.
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Bruno Guimaraes and Chris Wood score first Newcastle goals to keep survival bid on track

As match-winning finishes go, it could hardly have been more sublime. Newcastle United left back Matt Targett lobbed over a corner from the right. At the back post, big Dan Burn headed across the six yards box into a crowded Southampton penalty area towards Bruno Guimaraes. A goal seemed improbable, not least since Guimaraes had his back to goal. The Brazilian twisted in mid-air to flick the ball beyond a startled Fraser Forster, right in front of the travelling hoardes. The £40 million transfer window acquisition had a glorious first goal for his new club, who now find themselves 10 points clear of the relegation places.
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