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Growing Big While Staying Small: Starbucks Harvests International Growth
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written by Richard Honack, fl. 2009 (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University. Kellogg School of Management, 2009, originally published 2009), 22 page(s)
By early 2009 Starbucks had nearly 17,000 stores worldwide, with about a third of these outside the United States. Despite multibillion-dollar annual revenues, the giant coffee retailer’s yearly growth had declined by half, quarterly earnings had dropped as much as 97 percent, same-store sales were negative, and...
written by Richard Honack, fl. 2009 (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University. Kellogg School of Management, 2009, originally published 2009), 22 page(s)
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The Man Behind Starbucks Reveals How He Changed the World
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(New York: Bloomberg, 2015), 5 mins
Dec. 4 (Bloomberg) –- For its 85th anniversary, Bloomberg Businessweek chronicles the most disruptive ideas of the past 85 years. In 1971, Starbucks Coffee opens in Seattle's Pike Place Market. CEO Howard Schultz gave American coffee a story and a lifestyle, taking it out of the kitchen and putting it onto almos...
(New York: Bloomberg, 2015), 5 mins
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Planet Starbucks (A)
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written by Thunderbird Global School of Management (Glendale, AZ: Thunderbird Global School of Management, 2003, originally published 2003), 16 page(s)
The case focuses on Starbucks Coffee (NSE: SBUX) in the early spring of 2003. The company has demonstrated rapid growth for over a decade, and is continuing to grow profitably through the current recessionary environment. The case details the history and development of the company, highlighting the evolution of th...
written by Thunderbird Global School of Management (Glendale, AZ: Thunderbird Global School of Management, 2003, originally published 2003), 16 page(s)
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Schultz's Return to Starbucks: To Fend off Rivals?
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written by Shital Vakhariya, fl. 2008 (Hyderabad, Telangana: IBS Case Development Centre, 2008, originally published 2008), 7 page(s)
In January 2008, eight years after quitting as the CEO of Starbucks, Howard Schultz again took over from Jim Donald as the CEO of Starbucks. It was a challenge for Schultz to turnaround an ailing company which he had earlier run as a profitable coffee retail giant. The main focus of Schultz was to improve Starbuck...
written by Shital Vakhariya, fl. 2008 (Hyderabad, Telangana: IBS Case Development Centre, 2008, originally published 2008), 7 page(s)
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Starbucks' International Operations
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written by K. Subhadra, fl. 2003 (Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh: IBS Center for Management Research, 2003, originally published 2003), 16 page(s)
The case gives an overview of Starbucks' international operations. It explains why Starbucks had to expand outside the US and the entry strategies it adopted in international markets. The case also discusses the various risks faced by Starbucks in international markets and the effect of these risks on its revenues...
written by K. Subhadra, fl. 2003 (Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh: IBS Center for Management Research, 2003, originally published 2003), 16 page(s)
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Will Starbucks Calorie Labels Jolt Customers?
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produced by Bloomberg; interview by Trish Regan, 1977- (New York, NY: Bloomberg, 2013), 4 mins
Bloomberg Contributing Editor Jeffrey Hayzlett and New York State Restaurant Association Spokesman Andrew Moesel discuss calorie labeling with Trish Regan on Bloomberg Television Street Smart.
produced by Bloomberg; interview by Trish Regan, 1977- (New York, NY: Bloomberg, 2013), 4 mins
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CEO Exchange, Season 4, 401, Happy Customers and Employees: The Recipe for Success
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produced by Public Broadcasting Service (PBS); interview by Jeff Greenfield, 1943-, in CEO Exchange, Season 4, 401 (Boston, MA: American Public Television, 2006), 57 mins
On this episode of CEO EXCHANGE, taped at the University of Washington Business School in Seattle, we'll meet two CEOs of companies known for bonding with their customers and employees. Blake W. Nordstrom is carrying on the pioneering family tradition of providing exceptional customer service at a large retail st...
produced by Public Broadcasting Service (PBS); interview by Jeff Greenfield, 1943-, in CEO Exchange, Season 4, 401 (Boston, MA: American Public Television, 2006), 57 mins
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OU Business Boomers, Episode 1, Coffee Shop Hot Shots
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directed by Jacqui Farnham, fl. 1994-2017; produced by Jacqui Farnham, fl. 1994-2017, in OU Business Boomers, Episode 1 (Buckinghamshire, England: Open University, 2014), 51 mins
While many businesses have struggled to survive the economic doldrums of recent years, some have bucked the trend and flourished. In this new series, we delve into four fascinating business worlds to discover the secrets of their success and reveal some very modern ways of making money. The films focus on Self Sto...
directed by Jacqui Farnham, fl. 1994-2017; produced by Jacqui Farnham, fl. 1994-2017, in OU Business Boomers, Episode 1 (Buckinghamshire, England: Open University, 2014), 51 mins
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Planet Starbucks (B): Caffeinating the World
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written by Thunderbird Global School of Management (Glendale, AZ: Thunderbird Global School of Management, 2003, originally published 2003), 15 page(s)
The case discusses the international expansion efforts of the global coffee retailer, Starbucks. Starbucks had proliferated in several regions of the world, many of which had historical ties to a coffee heritage such as Western Europe. It had also challenged traditionally tea drinking countries such as Japan and C...
written by Thunderbird Global School of Management (Glendale, AZ: Thunderbird Global School of Management, 2003, originally published 2003), 15 page(s)
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Schultz: Pent Up Demand for India's First Starbucks
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produced by Bloomberg; interview by Tom Keene, 1952- (New York, NY: Bloomberg, 2012), 3 mins
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz talks about introducing its coffees to India. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
produced by Bloomberg; interview by Tom Keene, 1952- (New York, NY: Bloomberg, 2012), 3 mins
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