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SBUX News Highlights
- SBUX's 30 day story count now stands at 107.
- Over the past 28 days, the trend for SBUX's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 2 and 20.
- The most mentioned tickers in articles about SBUX are SG, AB and CVS.
Latest SBUX News From Around the Web
Below are the latest news stories about Starbucks Corp that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate SBUX as an investment opportunity.
As we finally start to see some consistent red in the markets, the value investor in me starts to dream of a not-so-distant future, filled with high yields and underpriced stocks. While the S&P 500 is still just 3.2% off of its all-time high, quite a few dividend stocks are...
Founded in 1985, Starbucks Corp. (SBUX) is a retailer of specialty coffee, with over 30,000 stores in 80 markets. It operates through three segments, including Americas, International, and Channel Development. I am bearish on SBUX stock. The company reported a very strong fourth-quarter and Fiscal 2021 performance, but its stock is now expensive. There is also the red flag of having negative shareholders equity. SBUX stock has underperformed the market in the past year, with one-year losses of about 4.3%, while its forward dividend yield of 1.96% is higher than the S&P 500's dividend yield of 1.3%.
Society Pass CEO Dennis Nguyen has big dreams but his company did less than $100k in sales during the quarter before SOPA stock went public.
We respect the courts ruling and will comply, says Starbucks CEO John Culver
The company is among the first major employers to roll back its plan after the Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration’s mandate for large businesses.
Customers are threatening to boycott Starbucks if the coffee chain doesnt reinstate its COVID-19 vaccine mandate policy.
Starbucks Axes Vaccine Mandate For Employees In Dramatic Turnaround Following Supreme Court Decision
Employees at Starbucks will no longer be required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine to continue working in their stores to comply with the Supreme Court''s ruling against President Biden''s nationwide
Starbucks is no longer requiring its U.S. workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, reversing a policy it announced earlier this month
The uncertain fate of vaccine-or-test mandates is putting employers in a tough position, and there's no sign clarity is coming anytime soon.
Yahoo Finance's Brooke DiPalma discusses how consumers are returning to coffee shops faster than they're returning to restaurants amid the coronavirus pandemic.