Starbucks Corp (SBUX.O)
7 Dec 2016
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK Starbucks Corp Chief Executive and co-founder Howard Schultz's plan to build a new prestige brand is a bet that moving upscale can raise the profile of the world's largest coffee brand with millennials like Megan Sauers.
Starbucks Corp unveiled a five-year growth plan, under which it would open more stores around the world, including several high-end coffee shops, while targeting annual revenue growth of 10 percent.
Starbucks Chief Executive Howard Schultz's decision to step down is unlikely to hamper growth at the world's biggest coffee chain as his successor Kevin Johnson is well suited to take the helm, analysts said. | Video
Starbucks Corp co-founder Howard Schultz will step down as chief executive to focus on new high-end coffee shops, handing the top job to Chief Operating Officer Kevin Johnson, a long-time technology executive.
MUMBAI India's Tata Steel said it removed Cyrus Mistry as chairman at a special board meeting on Friday, the third Tata group company to depose him since his ouster as head of the conglomerate's holding company.
* EGM on Dec. 21 to remove Mistry as Tata Steel director (Adds details from source, background)
MUMBAI Cyrus Mistry has told Tata Global Beverages that his removal as chairman of the company was wrong but has not made a formal legal complaint, two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
MUMBAI, Nov 16 Cyrus Mistry has told Tata Global Beverages that his removal as chairman of the company was wrong but has not made a formal legal complaint, two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
MUMBAI, Nov 16 The office of Cyrus Mistry issued a legal notice to Tata Global Beverages Ltd challenging his removal as chairman of the company, TV news channel ET Now reported on Wednesday citing unidentified sources.
Nov 16 Indian shares rose on Wednesday, in line with Asian peers as a pause in the global bond rout and rally in the dollar lifted risk sentiment, while cooling retail inflation back home bolstered the chances of a rate cut next month.
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