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Starbucks Corp (SBUX.OQ)

SBUX.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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16 Feb 2018
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Fri, Feb 16 2018

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Starbucks executive Brotman who led mobile push leaving for J. Crew

LOS ANGELES Starbucks Corp said on Friday that Adam Brotman, who spearheaded the coffee shop chain's successful digital initiatives including mobile ordering and its loyalty programme, is leaving to become chief experience officer at J. Crew Group Inc.

UPDATE 1-Starbucks exec Brotman who led mobile push leaving for J. Crew

LOS ANGELES, Feb 16 Starbucks Corp said on Friday that Adam Brotman, who spearheaded the coffee shop chain's successful digital initiatives including mobile ordering and its loyalty program, is leaving to become chief experience officer at J. Crew Group Inc.

Starbucks exec Brotman who led mobile efforts leaving for J. Crew

LOS ANGELES, Feb 16 Starbucks Corp said on Friday that Adam Brotman, who spearheaded the coffee shop chain's successful digital initiatives including mobile ordering and its loyalty program, is leaving for an executive position at J. Crew.

Wall Street says Starbucks has too many stores, prices too high

Starbucks Corp has too many stores and its prices are too high, Wall Street analysts are starting to agree, as they seek to explain the company's cooling U.S. growth.

UPDATE 1-Wall Street says Starbucks has too many stores, prices too high

Feb 2 Starbucks Corp has too many stores and its prices are too high, Wall Street analysts are starting to agree, as they seek to explain the company's cooling U.S. growth.

Wall Street says Starbucks has too many stores, prices too high

Feb 2 Starbucks Corp has too many stores and its prices are too high, Wall Street analysts are starting to agree, as they seek to explain the company's slowing U.S. growth.

CORRECTED-Starbucks to hire 150 people for its first Italian store

MILAN, Feb 2 Starbucks Corp said on Friday it was starting to recruit 150 people for its first outlet in Italy, the home of the espresso and a market the world's biggest coffee seller has yet to tap.

BRIEF-Tableau Appoints Gerri Martin-Flickinger, Starbucks CTO, To Board

* TABLEAU APPOINTS GERRI MARTIN-FLICKINGER, STARBUCKS CTO, TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

BRIEF-Starbucks And Chase Launch Starbucks Rewards Visa Card

* STARBUCKS CORP - STARBUCKS AND CHASE ANNOUNCE AVAILABILITY OF STARBUCKS REWARDS VISA CARD Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

CORRECTED-Wrigley lawsuit: Don't use Starburst, Skittles to sell e-cigarette liquid

Jan 30 The chewing gum and candy company Wm Wrigley Jr Co said in a new lawsuit that a seller of e-liquid for electronic cigarettes should stop trading off its Starburst and Skittles brands in its marketing.

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