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An arbitrator has concluded that Starbucks must pay $2.76 billion to settle a dispute with Northfield-based Kraft over coffee distribution. The two consumer products companies had been locked in a fight for three years after Starbucks Corp. fired
Potential investors may know the Starbucks brand, but what about the business underneath? This is an introduction to Starbucks for investors, consumers, and the business-minded in all of us...That may seem like basic information, but it hides a few
If not, then you're living in a world Howard Schultz envisioned more than 30 years ago...Schultz, now the chairman and CEO of Starbucks, joined the company some 10 years after its founding in Seattle in 1971, when three friends who had met at the
Their impressive run makes it easy to write off the stock as being too pricey today. However, shares still trade at a bargain to their ultimate potential. Here are three reasons that Starbucks will continue satisfying shareholders for years to come.
With its rivals struggling, the coffee chain made it look easy by logging a 28% bounce in earnings for the quarter that just ended. Sure, a profit of $0.55 a share wasn't the best result that Starbucks has ever notched. It was, however, the second-
So goes the old adage for how to make money in the stock market...I know that sounds ridiculous, but this past week, user aryan89 posted a brilliant message on the Fool's premium boards. In it, he says: History tells us that rather than trying to
As core product lines naturally stagnate over time, companies that have grown into large market capitalizations must continue to find new ways to bring in revenue to keep their business alive and growing. For many industry behemoths, acquiring a
The company has been making plenty of moves, aggressively expanding its store count, particularly abroad, and constantly introducing new products. Here are a couple recent developments that I believe will continue to grow the company going forward...
Starbucks is doing better than McDonald's, which has been trying its level best to expand beyond cheap burgers and McNuggets into the coffee "experience," at least in terms of earnings growth. It's not growing as fast as Dunkin -- but that
Closing Bell Wednesday afternoon where he went into detail about a 2 hour shareholder's meeting in which 5,000 of the company's investors sat down some brand building coffee talk. Maria Bartiromo Wednesday afternoon. "Despite the unemployment,