Starbucks

NASDAQ: SBUX
$104.30
-$4.85 (-4.4%)
Closing price February 3, 2023
Good economic news Thursday morning put a charge into U.S. markets. After-hours earnings reports poured cold water on that enthusiasm.
In addition to the big tech firms reporting quarterly results after markets close Thursday, these three companies are also will post their earnings.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amazon.com, Blackstone, Caesars Entertainment, Dollar Tree, DraftKings, GlobalFoundries, IBM, Lyft, Marathon Oil, McDonald's, Palo Alto...
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Carvana, FedEx, First Solar, Generac, Nike, PagSeguro Digital, Palantir Technologies, Redfin, Regions Financial, Starbucks, Target and Workday.
Monday’s additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades were on Alaska Air, Comcast, Comerica, First Republic Bank, Huntington Bancshares, MGM Resorts International, Murphy Oil, Starbucks and more.
After markets close on Thursday, these five companies are on deck to report quarterly earnings. Here's what analysts expect.
Starbucks violated federal law by firing pro-union staff members, according to a judge.
New Starbucks CEO Laxman Narasimhan has been handed a roadmap he is not supposed to deviate from.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Adobe, Agnico Eagle Mines, Amgen, Barrick Gold, Comstock Resources, Enphase Energy, Huntsman, JD.com, Kinder Morgan, Lucid, Newmont, Okta,...
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Chipotle Mexican Grill, CrowdStrike, First Solar, Fortinet, Franklin Resources, GSK, Intel, Nvidia, Shoals Technologies, Spirit AeroSystems,...
Thursday's additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades were on AMD, Chegg, Chipotle, Freshpet, Kinder Morgan, Moderna and more.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Broadcom, Ciena, Deere, FedEx, IMAX, Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Lululemon Athletica, LyondellBasell Industries, Nvidia and Starbucks.
The new Starbucks CEO has to decide if union-busting is the wisest choice for a company in which its hourly workers are the face of the business.
Coffee is not the same as washing detergent. In fact, it is not even close.
Barclays recently issued a few calls across multiple industries implying serious upside for each stock, but one in particular with over 30% upside.