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Starbucks, seeking to boost traffic declines, plans to expand delivery to more than 2,000 company-owned stores by spring.
The originality of these limited-time items piqued consumer interest in November.
Starbucks will block explicit content on in-store Wi-Fi. The move, which follows years of activist pressure, will take effect next year.
Starbucks' move will power some 340 coffee shops with renewable energy.
Starbucks adds to its holiday flavor lineup with a Juniper Latte LTO.
But both brands have seen same-store sales slowdowns in recent years, says RB’s The Bottom Line.
Which, if any, of these international holiday beverages will make their way to the coffee chain’s U.S. stores?
The layoffs of some 350 corporate employees are an effort to make the struggling chain more nimble, according to its CEO.
But even with 4% same-store sales growth, the coffee giant’s traffic continues to decline.
The coffee chain’s holiday-themed cups have been a frequent source of controversy over the years.
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