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  • third largest coffee retail business overall after Starbucks and McDonald's, but #1 in Europe. At $5.1bn, it will be Coke's biggest ever purchase, and its first move into direct-to-consumer retail. It
  • executive chairman and effective founder of the Starbucks retail empire, is to step down altogether from the company next month. There has been widespread speculation that he may considering a bid to
  • Starbucks is wrestling with the implications of its customer policy ahead of a nationwide one-day shutdown next week for diversity training. This follows the unwarranted arrest last month of two black
  • signing a global alliance with Starbucks that gives it exclusive global rights - in perpetuity no less! - to all the coffee chain's packaged retail products for $7.15bn, around 3.5 times annual sales.
  • the UK's biggest, ahead of Starbucks - as a separate public company within the next two years. The decision follows increasing pressure from activist investors to split Costa from Whitbread's Premier
  • Starbucks will close all of its 8,000 company-owned US stores for a single day on May 29th to conduct racial bias training for nearly 175,000 employees. It's a bold and very public attempt to make amends
  • Starbucks seems to have found the Holy Grail in China, in the shape of its Reserve Roastery outlet in Shanghai. It has opened these high-end outlets - which offer premium craft coffees, bakeries and augmented
  • Texaco, Shell, Spar, Carrefour, Delhaize, KFC, Starbucks and Subway. The deal marks EG's debut in the US. Price was $2.15bn. The Kroger estate includes around 800 outlets in 18 states operating under
  • Price division and before that a senior manager at Starbucks for 12 years, joins the chain as brand president. New adds to the development team are Elizabeth Baicy (from Amazon) as VP, digital & future
  • An Indiana court has blocked Starbucks' plan to close all its standalone Teavana stores in the US, in response to a lawsuit from mall-owner Simon Property Group. Starbucks will have to maintain operations


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