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Starbucks Corp (SBUX.OQ)

SBUX.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

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Thu, Oct 18 2018

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Starbucks to let Mexico's Alsea operate stores in four European markets

Starbucks Corp said on Thursday it would give its longtime partner Mexico's Alsea SAB the rights to operate its cafes in France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg as the coffee chain tries to streamline its operations in markets where sales have struggled.

UPDATE 2-Starbucks to let Mexico's Alsea operate stores in four European markets

Oct 18 Starbucks Corp said on Thursday it would give its longtime partner Mexico's Alsea SAB the rights to operate its cafes in France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg as the coffee chain tries to streamline its operations in markets where sales have struggled.

Starbucks to license out certain EMEA stores to Mexico's Alsea

Oct 18 Starbucks Corp said on Thursday it would license out its operations in France, Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg to long-standing partner Mexico's Alsea SAB.

BRIEF-Nestle expects acceleration of growth in Q4, largely due to comps

* CEO SAYS STARBUCKS DEAL WILL SUPPORT NESTLE'S GLOBAL COFFEE BUSINESS GOING FORWARD

Ackman's Pershing Square unveils $900 million stake in Starbucks

NEW YORK William Ackman said on Tuesday his activist hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management LP has built a roughly $900 million position in Starbucks Corp , betting the world's biggest coffee chain can overcome stagnant sales in its home market. | Video

UPDATE 2-Ackman's Pershing Square unveils $900 million stake in Starbucks

NEW YORK, Oct 9 William Ackman said on Tuesday his activist hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management LP has built a roughly $900 million position in Starbucks Corp , betting the world's biggest coffee chain can overcome stagnant sales in its home market.

Starbucks taps Hyatt financial chief to be its new CFO

Starbucks Corp on Monday named Hyatt Hotels Corp's financial chief Patrick Grismer as its new chief financial officer, making another leadership change in the past year as it battles intense competition in a cooling U.S. coffee market.

UPDATE 3-Starbucks taps Hyatt financial chief to be its new CFO

* SBUX up ~1 pct in morning trading (Adds shares, analyst quote, Grismer background)

Starbucks names Hyatt executive Patrick Grismer as its new CFO

Oct 8 Starbucks Corp said on Monday that it named Patrick Grismer as its new chief financial officer replacing Scott Maw.

BRIEF-Nestle says acquired Starbucks business EBITDA margin is around 24 pct-slides

* SAYS ON TRACK TO DELIVER MORE THAN SFR 2 BILLION IN STRUCTURAL SAVINGS BY 2020 OVER 2016 -SLIDES

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