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  4. A Solution to the "Made in America" Dilemma

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  7. Uncut: Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz 'OTR'

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  8. Why Stress Builds Great Leaders

    "'Cause when life looks like easy street, there is danger at your door." – from Uncle John's Band by the Grateful DeadI grew up in a rough neighborhood in Brooklyn. ...

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  10. Starbucks Posts In-Line 4Q, Shares Slide on Outlook

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  12. U.S. government shutdown, debt impasse stalk earnings season

    "Government shutdown" and "debt ceiling" will top the list of phrases that investors will track in the coming weeks as they listen to corporate chief executives and ...

  1. Retailers Push into Mobile Payment Market

    Big retailers are muscling in on the likes of Visa, MasterCard and Google in a fiercely competitive and growing mobile payment market that promises to cut transactio...

  2. 5 Stubbornly Persistent Business Myths

    Here are five business myths that live on for no rational reason. They’re not just annoying; they’re misleading and potentially damaging to your career.

  3. Will Starbucks’ booze move pay off?

    Jared Levy of Chapwood Investment and John Hoidas of Uhlmann Price Securities on Starbucks’ expansion plan.

  4. Starbucks Debuts Celebrity Tea Created by Oprah

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  5. Starbucks CEO: Cautiously optimistic on U.S. economy, consumer

    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on the rise in coffee prices and the state of business.

  6. Starbucks CEO on mobile payments

    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on the success and expansion of the company’s mobile payment platform.

  7. Starbucks Promotes Alstead to New COO Role

    Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) unveiled sweeping management changes late Wednesday, including the promotion of long-time executive Troy Alstead to the newly-created positio...

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