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CEO Howard Schulz told CNBC Wednesday that while coffee is still Starbucks' spacer core product, juice is the next big thing.
If you’re a Starbucks shareholder, chances are you’re a little anxious about the latest news from the company’s shareholder meeting.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, looks at another way you can play China if you can’t take the heat from the industrials.
Discussing the possibility of Google issuing a dividend; A breakdown of the energy drink market as Starbucks announces plans to sell fresh energy drinks, with CNBC's Darren Rovell, and Sara Senatore, Sanford Bernstein, explains why Starbucks is a buy after its key announcements today.
Stocks ended narrowly mixed in a lackluster session Wednesday following a weaker-than-expected existing home sales report and as investors were reluctant to jump in following the recent market rally.
Starbucks has made some major announcements this month including a decision to distribute its Vue coffee packs through Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, with Howard Schultz, Starbucks chairman/president/CEO.
Just my conjecture, and not one that is likely to surprise longtime readers, but to me today’s announcement that Starbucks is expanding its relationship with Green Mountain has a decaffeinated punch.
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Stocks eased off their best levels in the final minutes of trading Monday but still managed to eke out a small gain, following a sharp rally from the previous week.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a weaker open on Monday as investors took a breather after strong gains last week.
Take a look at some of Monday morning’s early movers:
Cascades Tissue Group, North America’s fourth-largest producer of towel and tissue paper, is trying to be green by offering marketing Moka, a 100-percent recycled, unbleached bathroom tissue.
Beverage Industry Magazine predicts sales of juice smoothies and yogurt drinks will grow four percent a year through 2015, when annual revenues will reach $1.1 billion. Small businesses in this sector are growing quickly.
Stocks eked out modest gains Friday, buoyed by a better-than-expected government jobs report, but still ended off their best levels following news of a "credit event" in Greece. Still, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq logged gains for a fourth consecutive week.
Starbucks said Thursday it will soon sell a single-cup coffee machine that lets people brew lattes and other coffee drinks at home. Shares of Green Mountain, make of K-Cup individual coffee packets, tumbled.
On Friday, the Fast Money pros were taking a long hard look at Starbucks after a new catalyst emerged, one which we're hearing could drive shares sharply higher.
Starbucks will undoubtedly steal market share from Green Mountain coffee with the launch of its own single-cup coffee machine, the “Verismo,” says analyst Jeff Bernstein of Barclays Capital.
The Fast Money crew discuss unusually large option volumes in both Green Mountain and Starbucks ahead of last night's announcement by Starbucks. Ketih Siegner, analyst at Credit Suisse, weighs in.
Insight on what Starbucks' new coffee system means for Green Mountain, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg.