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“If you want to achieve widespread impact and lasting value, be bold”
-Howard Schultz

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The birth of a Frappuccino

It has been 20 years since the Frappuccino was born, and it took the coffee business by storm. It can be called many, many names like Frappe, Creamice, and Cooler, but it all started in Los Angeles, California during the summer of 1993 when a Starbucks partner (employee) named Dina Campion heard about frozen coffees in other areas of the states and thought that Starbucks might benefit greatly from this idea. 388 more words

Coffee

Starbucks reports increased traffic and sales thanks to...tea

Starbucks again got a big boost from its recent acquisition of Starbucks Japan and from its new Flat White and tea drinks. Here are some takeaways from Thursday’s earnings report. 466 more words

Retail

Howard Schultz: Starbucks to open Ferguson store

Starbucks baristas may not be writing “Race Together” on customers’ coffee cups anymore, but CEO Howard Schultz certainly isn’t done talking about the nation’s touchiest topic. 597 more words

Leadership

Starbucks & Howard Schultz: He’s For Real

Starbucks & Howard Schultz:

He’s For Real

By Shlomo   Maital  

 Is Howard Schultz for real?  Are his pro-social activities and investments genuine?  Or is it all an act, to promote Starbucks? 329 more words

Innovation Blog

Joe Nocera: Lessons From #RaceTogether

New York Times: Howard Schultz has a way of making a believer out of you.

I first found this out in 2008, when I was writing the Talking Business column for the Business Day section of The Times. 136 more words

Culture

Starbucks, Pushing the Bounds of CSR: Is That a Good Thing?

We knew when we first read about it, that we’d write a post about it. Howard Schultz and Starbucks had done it again—proven to be an agenda-setter on public engagement and corporate social responsibility (CSR). 440 more words