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1 hr ago | USA Today
A: Dunkin' Donuts is kicking powdered sugar in Starbucks' face. The East Coast centric breakfast chain is returning to Southern California and looking for breakfast dominance.
6 hrs ago | Nippertown!
When Howard Schultz bought Starbucks in 1983, his goal for the business was to provide "a third place between work and home," where people would meet, work and relax, thereby forming a sense of community in a coffee-shop setting.
7 hrs ago | Forbes.com
The American global coffee company, Starbucks Corporation is one of the most recognized coffee brands in the world.
13 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha
Recently, a positive note issued by Cleveland Research Co. grabbed the investors' attention and as a result Chipotle approached a $700 stock price for the first time.
When former kindergarten teacher Kim Sun Sung tried to re-join South Korea's workforce after five years raising her children, she found it tough.
Late last week, Keurig Green Mountain revealed more stunning distribution partnerships and topped off the serving with a technology revelation investors and market makers liked.
Peet's Coffee & Tea is embarking on a major expansion in Chicago, hoping to win over coffee connoisseurs with fresh-roasted beans and handcrafted drinks.
Kroger is caught in the crossfire of the latest debate over gun rights, a delicate position for the nation's largest supermarket chain.
With everyone from McDonald's to Chick-fil-A trying to be get in on the coffee market, Dunkin' Donuts has decided that it is time to step up its game with a dark roast.
One of the growth stories that has inspired me often is Starbucks . From its beginning in 1971 as a Seattle coffee bean roaster and retailer, Starbucks has expanded rapidly to become the largest coffeehouse company in the world with approximately 23,305 stores in 65 countries and territories.
Pumpkin-spice lattes will go on sale at McDonald's restaurants in some regions starting Sept.
The East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals has ruled that Howard D. Schultz, the chief executive officer of the Starbucks chain, has an accessory structure on his property that violates the village code and cannot be maintained in its present condition.
Coffee shop or alien invasion force posing as coffee shop "Starbucks" is planning its next wave of onslaught in their quest for world domination; food trucks to serve you in the few remaining areas you can't already see a Starbucks from.
Coca-Cola and Starbucks are among the most well-known brands in the world. The old winning recipe for refreshment companies was to assemble brands, create flagship products and hold up for the cash registers to ring.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 04:11 pm
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