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For all you starbuck lovers

When starbucks first opened they had great drinks and reasonably priced then the yo yo yup yup owners decided lets raise the price every few weeks till this happens.

I see the end coming in the next few years for them
i give 5 to 6 year and they are gone

Struggling Starbucks' Earnings Up 2 Pct.
By ELIZABETH M. GILLESPIE, AP Business Writer
9 HOURS AGO

SEATTLE - Starbucks Corp. said Wednesday its fiscal first-quarter profits rose by less than 2 percent, and it detailed plans to open fewer domestic stores and more overseas to revitalize the coffee house chain.

During fiscal 2008, Starbucks plans to open about 425 fewer domestic stores and 75 more overseas than previously planned, for a global total of 2,150 new stores.

The world's largest coffee retailer said sales at stores open at least 13 months, a key measure of a retailer's health, grew only 1 percent in the latest quarter, well below its target. Starbucks has been struggling amid a faltering economy, rising costs and growing competition from cheaper rivals.

For the 13 weeks ended Dec. 30, Starbucks posted net earnings of $208.1 million, or 28 cents per share, up from $205.1 million, or 26 cents a share, during the same period a year ago.

Analysts polled by Thomson Financial were expecting a profit of 27 cents per share.

Revenue for the quarter was $2.77 billion, in line with analysts' estimate and up 18 percent from $2.36 billion a year ago.

The company opened 745 new stores worldwide in the latest quarter, boosting its worldwide count to 15,756.

Starbucks shares fell 75 cents, or 3.8 percent, to close at $19.22 Wednesday, then fell 44 cents in extended trading after the results were released. The company's stock is down about 50 percent since late 2006, when it was trading close to $40 a share.

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Profits up....UP! less than expected. Not unusual based on the last six months of the economy. 2.77 billion in revenue for the quarter. The only thing I see for them is less brick & motar growth. Starbucks is not going anywhere anytime soon..

Besides, the success of one foreign cycle manufacturer is intertwined with Strabucks.. Expect a large outside cash infusion if things ever went south.
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Profits up....UP! less than expected. Not unusual based on the last six months of the economy. 2.77 billion in revenue for the quarter. The only thing I see for them is less brick & motar growth. Starbucks is not going anywhere anytime soon..

Besides, the success of one foreign cycle manufacturer is intertwined with Strabucks.. Expect a large outside cash infusion if things ever went south.


Like Ducati has cash to infuse

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Like Ducati has cash to infuse

And real Ducati owners know that Starbucks coffee is swill.
Yeah.. I would like the double red 1098 latte with the single swing of whip cream. $9.80...
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And real Ducati owners know that Starbucks coffee is swill.
i would have to agree, i dont touch the stuff.

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starbuck? sure, I'd love me some starbuck.


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Starbucks

I do like them and l like the locations of and consistency of their stores, they are very well run. Coffee is not the best as most Ducati owners will agree, but I'm not choking on it either. their biggest problem is everything they do besides their coffee from the god awful sandwiches that make airplane food look tasty, or their pastries which are lackluster at best. So if they want to turn their business around, they need to do 2 things in order to get customers in and keep them there.

1. Replace their bakery vendor
2. Dump t-mobile and offer free wifi. this pay shit is useless.




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My absolute favorite right now!! since they started selling it in grocery stores I havent been able to get enough of it. Dunkin donuts Cinnamon spice FTMFW!






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My absolute favorite right now!! since they started selling it in grocery stores I havent been able to get enough of it. Dunkin donuts Cinnamon spice FTMFW!

Now that sounds d-licious!
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My absolute favorite right now!! since they started selling it in grocery stores I havent been able to get enough of it. Dunkin donuts Cinnamon spice FTMFW!

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I do like them and l like the locations of and consistency of their stores, they are very well run. Coffee is not the best as most Ducati owners will agree, but I'm not choking on it either. their biggest problem is everything they do besides their coffee from the god awful sandwiches that make airplane food look tasty, or their pastries which are lackluster at best. So if they want to turn their business around, they need to do 2 things in order to get customers in and keep them there.

1. Replace their bakery vendor
2. Dump t-mobile and offer free wifi. this pay shit is useless.

Tony, I agree with you. The food is crap there. Can I even get a bagel? They don't offer them. As far as free wi-fi, I'm sure they don't want a bunch of mooches in there not drinking coffee. They should give you free wi-fi if you spend $30+ threre a month..ect..

Dunkin Donuts sucks IMO but I have not tried to home brew. I don't like being yelled at by employees plus it's watered down.

Mother bought us the capo maker for xmas and we are currently using Starbucks pods, may have to try D&D.
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I do like them and l like the locations of and consistency of their stores, they are very well run. Coffee is not the best as most Ducati owners will agree, but I'm not choking on it either. their biggest problem is everything they do besides their coffee from the god awful sandwiches that make airplane food look tasty, or their pastries which are lackluster at best. So if they want to turn their business around, they need to do 2 things in order to get customers in and keep them there.

1. Replace their bakery vendor
2. Dump t-mobile and offer free wifi. this pay shit is useless.
If you get my Cranberry Bliss Bars taken away, so help my god I will blow up your Ducatis.


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My absolute favorite right now!! since they started selling it in grocery stores I havent been able to get enough of it. Dunkin donuts Cinnamon spice FTMFW!

yes, DD for the win but also.


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I do like Caribou, I wish they would build one in downtown plainfield. We dont have one around here.




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gotta love that whole nature/lodging with a buck setup. that seems more up your alley than a mermaid bitch with shitty pastries.

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gotta love that whole nature/lodging with a buck setup. that seems more up your alley than a mermaid bitch with shitty pastries.
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100% with you there. The food BLOWS.

Also agree with Caribou being better.

Cinnamon scones from Stone Creek are the awesomeness, and the coffee is way better... and they have free wifi. No reason to go to *bucks here where we have two excellent local chains with Stone Creek and Alterra. There's gotta be an equivalent in Chicago? I know Peet's doesn't have that many locations, maybe Intelligentsia?

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Since I have worked for the company for almost 8 years I will add my two cents. I am glad I only do it one day a week now.
There are a number of things that I would like to address... I think that they have gotten way ahead of themselves as far as opening up stores all over. I think there is close to 10 in Naperville alone. Just on rt59 between naperville and plainfield there are at least 6 that I can think of.. Sure there is a demand for starbucks coffee, but when you open that many stores on the same road or so close to each other it doesn't mean you are going to get more business. A lot of people are just taking 59 to get to 88, so by building more stores it's not doing a whole lot. They would be losing money because they have to pay the employees,rent, utilities etc....
The quality of the employees has gone way downhill. It just seems like nowdays they are hiring just anyone. I can't even tell you the number of employees who just dont care about anything and show up late or don't even show up at all. It makes it real hard when you have 20 people in line and only 3 employees working.
I agree with the "food is crap". Everything basically tastes the same. There are only 2 things I actually like. The company that gives us our pastries also forgets stuff all the time or gives us poor quality food that I will not give to a customer. When you are paying that much for a small slice of food, it better be the best. One thing that kinda pisses me off is how they take some kind of food they had before and start making it in a smaller portion and charge the same.
Oh and I guess the reason the prices went up is because the rising prices of milk and coffee beans. Who knows??
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Don't drink much coffee. I'm a tea type of guy. Having said that, have never liked Starbucks coffee. The shit tastes like it has been left on the burner for a few hours and the after-taste just won't go away.

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starbuck? sure, I'd love me some starbuck.

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