Starbucks - STARBUCKS Business briefing JunJia Hou History...

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5/12/09 Click to edit Master subtitle style Starbucks Business briefing JunJia Hou
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5/12/09 History Founded in 1971 in Seattle By Gorden Bowker, Jerry Baldwin and Ziv Siegl Named for the coffee-loving first mate Created its famous two-tailed siren logo
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5/12/09 Background Service Sector & Coffee Segment Coffee drinks, food items, roasted beans, coffee accessories, and teas A third place to go besides home and office More than 15,000 shops in more than 35 countries
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5/12/09 Revenues 2007 $9411million In fiscal first quarter 2008, it hit $2.8 billion with a 17% increase Starbucks Reports First Quarter Fiscal 2008 Results. (2008). Retrieved February 18th, 2008 from http://investor.starbucks.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=99518&p=irol- newsArticle&ID=1102361&highlight=
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Net profit PERIOD ENDING 30-Sep-07 1-Oct-06 2-Oct-05 Total Revenue 9,411,497 7,786,942 6,369,300 Cost of Revenue 3,999,124 3,178,791 2,605,212 Gross Profit 5,412,373 4,608,151 3,764,088 An increase of
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