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Starbucks plans to open 12,000 additional stores globally in the next five years, with half of the new units in the U.S. and China.
Starbucks set an annual revenue growth target of 10 percent and profit growth target of 15-20 percent for the next five years.
BP is shipping US crude oil to customers across Asia, pioneering a complex operation likely to become more popular in the future.
UPS CEO David Abney also says small and mid-size businesses in the U.S. feel overburdened by regulations.
The company already has added Reserve bars to a handful of Starbucks shops in major cities including New York.
In 2017, toymaker Lego will be headed up by the first non-Danish CEO, but according to Bali Padda, he doesn’t see this as an issue.
The partnership will let users spend money stored in the Square Cash app anywhere that accepts Apple Pay.
Tokyo sell order flood helped drive sterling to 31-year low, says BoE.
Foxconn, a major Apple supplier, said on Wednesday that it was in preliminary discussions to expand its operations in the United States.
Shares of Genting Singapore extended a more than month long rally as Japan took another step toward legalizing casinos.
Trump's slam of Boeing's Air Force One replacement aircraft costs could bring some changes to the roughly $4 billion program and impact jobs.
Before attacking Boeing, Trump used Twitter in the past to criticize coverage he views as unfavorable.
Donald Trump is turning his transition into a reality show, too. That's an ominous sign, says Vox's Todd VanDerWerff.
It's a victory for prosecutors seeking to curb corruption on Wall Street.
The Brazilian unit of Deloitte will pay $8 million to settle civil charges that it issued and tried to cover up false audit reports.
Nine of South Korea's top conglomerates, which control revenue equivalent to half the country's economy, are embroiled in the scandal.
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