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McDonald's thinks sweets are the solution to its foot traffic dead zone between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Restaurant Brands CEO Daniel Schwartz made a rare appearance at TheStreet.
Starbucks needs to ignite its sales, and fast.
Sales expectations, sustainability and margin growth are cause for concern, bears tell Credit Suisse.
Sears is closing 43 more stores.
Starbucks introduced three new tea flavors this week.
Here are the winners and the losers, but lo and behold no McDonald's.
The market surged this week as positive earnings and a mellower tone from Janet Yellen cheered bulls.
No, it was not the unicorn frap.
After the product generated high demand from customers, Starbucks is bringing the nitrogen-infused cold coffee, a foamy, nonalcoholic drink that baristas pour from a spigot.
Jim Cramer points out the positive actions that show how rallies can come together based on fundamentals, not just sentiment.
Jim Cramer notes Starbucks is improving its mobile ordering and pay experience.
Starbucks has changed big-time.
Starbucks Corporation (Nasdaq: SBUX) plans to release its third quarter fiscal year 2017 financial results after the market close on Thursday, July 27, 2017, with a conference call to follow at 2:00 p.
It may be due for a pullback, and the company could feel the effects of Amazon.
One cup a day could mean a reduced risk of heart disease, stroke and cancer.
It also means you'll probably order more - the average order is 15% larger when it's placed on the 'Shack App.'
The decline in the stock price that began in June is nearing a key reinforced zone of support.
Get out your pen and paper.
Jobs report and Fed minutes highlight a short week. In the portfolio, we add one name and downgrade another.
With shares well off their highs, this could be a hot opportunity.
Starbucks' Schultz sent a letter to the company's partners about 'uniting with compassion, empathy and respect.'