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Starbucks Corporation (SBUX)

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88.26 -0.25 (-0.28%)
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  • C
    Campbell Garrison
    This stock will crumble in the next year... with a recession in progress and likely to continue into mid 2023, I don't see how a stock like Starbucks can perform well. We have already seen a spike in general mills sales due to consumers turning to on sale items and grocery stores more instead of going out and buying from a fast food franchise or restaurant. First thing I'm doing if money is tight is cutting the $7 coffee from my weekly routine and brewing at home.
  • L
    Investing in Forex trading Now Is Very Cool, Especially
    With The Current, Rise In The Market.
  • O
    Yahoo! has been so bad lately - especially the SBUX board. I like using now instead for my daily research.
  • o
    Will unions prevail or will Schultzs money win the day??????????????
  • H
    Did you guys see this new trading strategy. For more info
  • R
    Starbucks is closing the downtown New Orleans location because of crime. They have closed 16 locations so far in Portland, Seattle, Washington D.C. and six in Los Angeles over safety concerns. More to come. Seems the more stores they close the better the stock does.
  • B
    Remember when the CEO spoke about how they were projecting three years of growth?

    The stock market doesn't 'member.
  • L
    My $3k investment in SBUX in 1993 has increased an average of 20%/yr ever since. Today that investment is worth $358,600. I'm letting it ride.
  • C
    I don't know If there's any other person who wants get to a 100.3
  • S
    Oldest customer I ever saw at a Starbucks was 108
  • J
    Starbucks is finished. Over $5 for a medium sized “coffee”. No one is gonna pay that in a recession.
  • J
    go to any starbucks near you, in my case there are 3 at the closest intersection near my house, yeah, of the 4 corners on the intersection there are 3 friking starbucks (one is in a safeway). all of them always have a line when I go by no matter day or time of day....... do that math.
  • o
    Sbux better wake up quick, to organize.

    “The facts and the law do not support holding individual and separate elections,” Starbucks attorney Alan Model said in his opening statement Thursday during a hearing held by the National Labor Relations Board, which oversees unionization in the U.S.

    Model argued that, because of similarities among the stores, any labor vote should include employees at all 20 of the company’s Buffalo-area locations -- meaning the union would need backing from a majority of participating workers across the region in order to win.

    His comments follow August petitions by employees at three Starbucks locations in the Buffalo area to join Workers United, an affiliate of the Service Employees International Union. The union has signaled it has support at additional stores but isn’t currently seeking elections there. The campaign calls itself “Starbucks Workers United.”

    The Starbucks proposal for a regional vote would “depart from decades of precedent,” the union’s attorney, Ian Hayes, said via email.
  • c
    Buy MO stock and get a 9% dividend.
  • D
    Starbucks business is based on coffee from Ethiopia, there is a civil war going on there. Seems very risky.
  • B
    Hey, what did I miss? The whole market is sideways and we are up 5%?
  • S
    All people inAmerica over 110 say they never had a coffee at Starbucks.
  • S
    As the experts say back below $80.00 we go. See ya there .
  • I
    Saw a story about stress for Starbucks employees with complicated drinks and long lines. How about we have robots and automation to make those difficult drinks? I’m sure robots can dispense 2oz of this and 3 oz of that and bring to blender. I guess the employees can bring the finish products to customers.