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SEATTLE—Starbucks Corp. is taking a coffee break. The company's coffee purchases have nearly ground to a halt over the past four-to-five weeks, as the prices for coffee beans soared, Craig Russell, Starbucks's head of coffee, told The Wall Street Journal ...
Wall Street Journal · ByLeslie Josephs andLeslie.josephs · 4/26/2014
The coffee wars are brewing. Boiling over, actually. If you've read a newspaper or watched TV in the last few months, you know that Starbucks (SBUX) and McDonald's (MCD) are locked in massive ad campaigns to win over the hearts of a latte-loving public.
Businessweek · 5/19/2009
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz made news last week after reportedly telling shareholder Tom Strobhar "fuck you!" - not in so many words - after Strobhar questioned Schultz on the company's support for marriage equality, suggesting that he simply sell his ...
Gawker · 3/25/2013
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz sent a clear message of his support for gay marriage at the annual shareholders meeting Wednesday in Seattle, telling an investor if he disagrees he should sell his shares and invest in some other company. The shareholder …
BizPac Review · 3/24/2013
The good times are rolling for Premium Brands. Who, you may be asking. Premium Brands Holding Corp. (PBH-T) doesn’t have a wide following among Canadian investors. But the Richmond B.C.-based food manufacturing and distribution company has …
Globe and Mail · 6/24/2015
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Asian stock markets dropped Wednesday after U.S. earnings fell short of expectations and investors began to focus on next week's Federal Reserve meeting. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's Nikkei 225 fell 1.3 percent to 20,579.35 …
US News and World Report · 7/21/2015
Coffee chain Starbucks is processing nearly nine million mobile payments a week across its US locations, representing 20% of all in-store transactions, CEO Howard Schultz revealed during the company’s third quarter earnings call. The company is also …
NFC World · 7/24/2015
Tim Hortons Inc. shareholders approved Tuesday a purchase of the company by Miami-based Burger King Worldwide Inc., in a vote that clears the way for the $11.4 billion deal to be completed by the end of the week. The new company, an operator of 18,000 ...
Nation's Restaurant News · 12/9/2014
Trading on more than three-quarters of China’s stock market was motionless for much of Wednesday’s session, as authorities took further steps to stem a massive equities sell-off. Hundreds of companies listed on the Shanghai Composite halted trading …
Daily Telegraph · 7/8/2015
Even with the price of coffee beans falling, a cup of joe at your neighbourhood Starbucks could be a little more expensive starting Tuesday. The Seattle-based coffee chain says its Canadian stores are raising prices by 10 to 20 cents on select drinks.
CBC · 7/31/2015