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Will Starbucks Become the Next Major $100 Stock?

Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) recently reported its fiscal first-quarter results, which were totally in line with estimates. The coffee giant stuck with the optimistic tone and guided higher for 2015 ...
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Starbucks: Can Everybody Make Money on Fast Food?

Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) has announced an extraordinary increase in its financial results. For the quarter that ended December 28, revenue rose 13% to $4.8 billion. EPS rose 83% to ...
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How International Growth Impacted Starbucks Earnings

Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) reported its fiscal first-quarter results Thursday after the markets closed as $0.80 in earnings per share on $4.8 billion in revenue. That was against Thomson Reuters ...
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What to Expect From Starbucks Earnings

Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) will report its fiscal first-quarter results Thursday after the market close. Thomson Reuters has consensus estimates of $0.80 in earnings per share and $4.80 billion in ...
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The Top 10 Earnings for the Week Ahead

Corporate earnings season is upon us, and 24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of some of the larger reporting companies for the coming week. We have taken a ...
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Goldman Sachs Tactical Trade Ideas to Buy in Front of Earnings

With Alcoa on the tape with numbers on Monday, and two big banks out Wednesday, the avalanche of fourth-quarter earnings will really hit the market next week in full force. ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Akamai, Carnival, Chevron, Pollo Loco, Ford, F5, Lululemon, Starbucks and More

Stocks were indicated lower on Monday as most investors and market participants were returning to work from the holidays. The one trend that could be counted on in 2014 was ...
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Starbucks Dumps Christmas Coffee for 50% Discount

Almost two weeks after Christmas, Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) still has inventories of Christmas coffee. Like most retailers, it has taken the only logical way out. It has priced this ...
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Coffee Price Rises 52%

Coffee has to be among the most widely consumed beverages in America. Over the past year, its price has surged, and it is 52% higher than at the start of ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Apache, Netflix, RF Micro, Starbucks, Southwest, Disney and More

Stocks were indicated lower on Monday after weak overseas economic readings and after U.S. stocks hit all-time highs again last week. Investors keep proving over and over that they will ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: ADP, Facebook, FireEye, Potash, Tyson, Vodafone and More

Stocks were marginally higher but not in a set direction ahead of the key unemployment and payrolls report on Friday morning. Regardless, investors keep proving that they want to buy ...
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Can Starbucks Nearly Double Revenues in 5 Years?

Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) announced Thursday morning at its investor day the details of its five-year plan to accelerate profitable growth as it extends its markets, channels and formats around ...
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2014’s Underperforming Large-Cap Stocks That Could Be 2015 Winners

By almost all measures, the stock market is getting expensive. While many pundits, especially the uber bulls that talk on financial TV every day, remain very positive, the fact of ...
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America’s Most Popular Stores

It’s a marketing adage that keeping an existing customer is both cheaper and easier than wooing a new one. It takes time and money to become one of America’s most ...
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Companies Paying Americans the Least

In the wake of mounting protests from labor groups, numerous U.S. localities have approved minimum wage increases, including two of the nation’s largest cities, Seattle and San Francisco. Yet, especially ...
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