Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz discusses his company's loyalty program strategy with "stars" as currency, and how food sales are performing.» Read More
James Cordier, Liberty Trading Group principal & founder, explains how a record coffee crop will impact consumers. Sara Senatore, Sanford Bernstein senior analyst, explains how investors can make money from falling coffee prices.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on whether Greece is on the verge of the largest sovereign restructuring deal in history, or whether a "credit event" will be activated. Also, KNTV's Scott Budman has the story on the Justice Department warning Apple and five major publishers it will sue them for price rigging eBooks for the iPad, and Starbucks is getting into the single-cup coffee business.
Celebrity coffees are just a fraction of the overall market. Still, the trend of celebrities working with high-quality roasters to make coffee for a cause is helping small coffee farmers and charities.
Greek deal hopes rise and lift the euro - it's time for your FX Fix.
Coinstar, the self-service retail business behind Coinstar change machines and Redbox movie-rental kiosks, is preparing for the decline of movie rentals by serving up new self-service options — coffee and electronics.
Today is the biggest selling day of the year, explains Jim Goldman, Godiva Chocolatier president/CEO, who discusses the products that are sold and the cost of cocoa prices.
Given the amount of coffee Americans drink, it's not surprising that K-cups, which cannot be recycled, are filling up U.S. landfills. Bob Hansen reports.
Syngenta, the world's largest agrochemicals company, is aiming for higher earnings this year as price hikes and cost-cuts are expected to help it offset the impact of the strong Swiss franc and raw material prices.
Find out what earnings and IPO are in the "Mad Money" host's game plan.
Green Mountain is up 20% on better-than-expected numbers, but CNBC's Herb Greenberg is not ready to serve up a mea cupa.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg has the latest details on the coffee maker's earnings, from Green Mountain's conference call.
CNBC's Seema Mody, reports shares of Starbucks fell despite record revenues; a federal judge ruled BP must indemnify Transocean against compensatory damages related to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill; and Freddie Mac reports the average rate on the 30-year fixed crept up to 3.98% and 3.24% on the average 15-year fixed mortgage.
Starbucks shares declined in after-hours trading on downgraded guidance, possibly making it a better stock for one kind of investor.
The Fast Money traders with the play on Starbucks, and Marc Riddick, Williams analyst, breaks down the coffee maker's Q1 numbers and discusses his "outperform" rating on the stock. Also, the Fast Money traders weigh in on the play on Riverbed Tech, and Juniper's earnings and guidance.
Instead of just shipping products for companies, UPS and FedEx are also storing, maintaining and even customizing products — all with their own employees. CNBC's Brian Shactman explains.
CNBC's Brian Shactman goes inside the mad dash to move more than 25-million packages a day. It’s a revealing look at a complex system of jaw dropping automation at industry giants UPS and Fed Ex.
UBS says coffee giant Starbucks still has room to run, upping its price target to $52 from $47. David Palmer, analyst at UBS, discusses.
Here's what moving in commodities Thursday morning:
The price of your morning cup of coffee could be higher in the new year. James Cordier, Optionstrader.com president explains why.
Shares of Starbucks are hitting an all-time high today rising more than 350% in the last three years. Discussing whether the stock can continue to stir up gains, with David Palmer, UBS senior restaurant analyst.