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The net-zero trailer turned out to be a microcosm of the larger building stock and economy where 100 percent renewable ... Microsoft, Kohl’s, and Starbucks, to name just a few, are among a growing group of …
CleanTechnica · 2 hours ago
Howard Schultz, the CEO of Starbucks, sent out an email this week telling employees that consumer confidence might be down amid a stock market drop in China and urged employees to be understanding. "Our customers are likely to experience an …
MediaPost · 8/26/2015
Engulfed by the conventional — a stock photo of grapes framed and hanging on the wall across from the register, rows of identical mugs presented for sale on a nearby bookshelf, the subtle staples that make every …
ndinsider.com · 8/30/2015
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In after-hours extended trading, Starbucks shares rose 3 percent to $58.28. Elements of this story were generated by Automated Insights (http://automatedinsights.com/ap) using data from Zacks Investment Research. Access a Zacks stock report on SBUX
Fox Business · 7/23/2015
Starbucks and Under Armour Are Winning Mobile (Forbes ... Business Pages, and Check-ins. GrubHub’s Stock Has That Sinking Feeling (Crain’s Chicago Business) GrubHub’s move from online food ordering into …
Street Fight · 11 hours ago
Huang’s offer follows high-profile moves by large companies to cover the cost of their employees’ own college tuition payments. Starbucks [fortune-stock symbol=”SBUX”] started the ball rolling last year with an employee college tuition assistance ...
Time · 5/26/2015
Starbucks sank 20.4 per cent from the previous close ... Take this opportunity to sell the stocks you have accumulated over the years and rotate into an index fund. I bet many of the stocks you hold are no longer …
Gulf News · 13 hours ago
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Investors have to search a little harder these days to find shareholder freebies and discounts. Several household-name companies such as Walt Disney, Wm. Wrigley Jr., and Starbucks stopped giving their investors discounts and perks a while ago. Wrigley ...
Wall Street Journal · ByLiz Moyer andLiz.moyer · 12/14/2013
Last week, Starbucks Corporation (Nasdaq: SBUX) debuted "Via Ready Brew" - its new instant coffee. It's a product that CEO Howard Schultz calls "perhaps the biggest opportunity" in the company's history. Hmm... perhaps Mr. Schultz is being slightly over ...
Investment U · 10/7/2009
Howard Schultz, chief executive of Starbucks, announced the company’s first stock split since 2005 as he defended a new company initiative aimed at spurring conversations around race in America that has come under heavy criticism. Mr Schultz …
Financial Times · 3/18/2015