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Starbucks courts millennials with $10 coffee at new Reserve bars

LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Starbucks Corp co-founder Howard Schultz's plan to build a new prestige brand is a bet that moving upscale can raise the profile of the world's largest coffee brand..
Reuters India

Starbucks CEO steps down to focus on high-end coffee, shares fall

(Reuters) - Starbucks Corp co-founder Howard Schultz will step down as chief executive to focus on new high-end coffee shops, handing the top job to Chief Operating Officer Kevin Johnson, a long-time..
Reuters India Also reported by •Firstpost

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News video: Jim Cramer: Starbucks Has Been a Terrible Stock, But They do Have a Plan

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Jim Cramer says that despite the performance of Starbucks shares recently, the coffee chain has a multi-year plan that will continue even after Howard Schultz retires as CEO. "Starbucks has a..
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News video: The Fruitcake Frappuccino Is A Real Thing at Starbucks

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The most re-gifted holiday present now comes in liquid form. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
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Starbucks plans to build 30 tasting rooms worldwide and place coffee bars in 20 percent of today's cafes. Lily Jamali reports.
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News video: Starbucks' premium coffee drive

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Starbucks plans to build 30 tasting rooms worldwide and place coffee bars in 20 percent of today's cafes. Lily Jamali reports.
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News video: You Obviously Need Some More Coffee: Starbucks To Add 12,000 More Stores

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Starbucks unveiled a plan to add 12,000 stores over the next five years. According to CBS News, 5,000 of those will be in China. The expansion will boost the total number of the chain's store by almost..
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Starbucks' visionary CEO Howard Schultz stepping down

Howard Schultz, who was named by Fortune magazine Businessperson of the Year, is credited with doubling Starbucks' revenues since he returned for his second stint in 2008.
DNA Also reported by •Deccan HeraldFirstpostReuters IndiaSify

Starbucks Announces Starbucks Reserve Roastery Coming to Tokyo in 2018

starbucks announces starbucks reserve roastery coming to tokyo in 2018
*Business Wire India*Starbucks Coffee Company (NASDAQ: SBUX) today announced it will open a Starbucks Reserve Roastery, Japan, in 2018. Located in the Nakameguro district, an upscale neighborhood known..
Business Wire India

Tata Group and Starbucks expand alliance

*Tata Group and Starbucks Coffee Company have decided to extend their existing partnership. As part of the new commitment between the two companies, Starbucks will offer a single-origin coffee from..
Deccan Herald

Tata, Starbucks collaboration to work on new global initiatives

Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry met Starbucks Chairman and Chief Executive Howard Schultz last week in Seattle and finalised these initiatives, which will be rolled out by the year-end The post..
Firstpost

Tata, Starbucks to roll out several new global initiatives by year-end

Tata Sons and Starbucks have finalised multiple new joint initiatives to expand their collaboration at a global level, apart from building the iconic American coffee chain's brand and business..
DNA

Starbucks to open first branch in Milan in bid to take on Italy

starbucks to open first branch in milan in bid to take on italy
The US coffee chain said the first Starbucks will open in Milan in 2017 in a joint venture with Italian retail network Percassi. The move has a highly symbolic meaning for the CEO Howard Schultz.
MailOnline India

Starbucks' Teavana to debut in India

Starbucks, the world's biggest coffee-chain operator, will bring its specialty tea brand Teavana to India this year, said its chairman and CEO Howard Schultz. Starbucks acquired Teavana for $620..
IndiaTimes

10 Things We'll Hopefully Stop Talking About in 2016

The year 2015 was a hell of a time, wasn't it? From the lowest of lows and highest of highs, at times it felt like the plot of a bad reality show. But we got through it. With it all behind us now, here..
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Banga, Nadella among world's top 50 biz leaders: Fortune

*MasterCards Ajay Banga and Microsofts Satya Nadella have been named among the top 50 global business leaders by Fortune magazine, a list that is topped by Nikes Mike Parker.* Both Banga and Nadella..
Deccan Herald

The Benefits Of Becoming A Morning Person

Apple's Tim Cook is up before 4 AM to kick-start his routine just in time to get his Starbucks. Meanwhile, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is up by 4:30 AM to get his biking in while likely wearing Tim..
Asylum

Modi, Kailash Satyarthi among world's greatest leaders:Fortune

*Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi have been named among the 50 greatest leaders in the world by Fortune magazine in its annual list of "extraordinary" men and women..
Deccan Herald

Starbucks ends "Race Together" campaign in stores, effort not over

REUTERS - Starbucks Corp head Howard Schultz told employees on Sunday they will no longer be encouraged to write "Race Together" on drinks cups, but the company's effort to promote discussion of racial..
Reuters India

Starbucks teams up with Indian-American scribe for new venture

*US-based coffee retail giant Starbucks is teaming up with long-time Indian-American journalist Rajiv Chandrasekaran to produce "constructive" films and TV shows around issues "that matter". * The..
Deccan Herald


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