Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says his company is navigating through the change in the price of coffee, and there is no change in guidance. He discusses competition in the industry, and Starbucks in China.» Read More
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An inside look at the coffee company's numbers, coffee prices, and future growth plans, with Troy Alstead, Starbucks CFO.
Breaking down the Q3 numbers on the coffee company's profits, with Matthew DiFrisco, Lazard Capital Markets.
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The Fast Money traders weigh in on coffee trades, and plays on stocks set to pop or drop.
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Debating whether the coffee company is overvalued, with Keith Siegner, Credit Suisse, and Michael Yoshikami, YCMNET Advisors.
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