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Starbucks Corp

Headquarters : 2401 Utah Ave. South Seattle, WA 98134 United States of America United States of America
Job offers, investor relations : web www.starbucks.com tel. 206-447-1575 email: investorrelations@starbucks.com stock : SBUX analytics


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Labor 2 Sales 9 Bn $.€ /year Profit 3 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 8484 *min. Infocom 4
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business
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2008Starbucks is the world's largest Arabica purchaser with 3 million bags (of 60 kg) bought in 2008, i.e. 4-5% of the world's arabica coffee production.
2007Starbucks is the largest coffee shop chain in the world with 16000 coffee shops.Bloomberg
2006Starbucks is the largest U.S. coffee-shop chain, has more than 5,500 company-operated U.S. and Canada stores.Bloomberg
2006Starbucks is the largest coffee shop chain in the world with 15000 coffee shops. Starbucks buys 15% of the coffee sold in the world.Les Echos
2006Starbucks is the largest coffee shop chain in the world.Reuters
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United States of America United States of America
Twin River correction center, WA : prison
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  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2006Casey, Michael
See the photo of: Casey, Michael Advisor; salary: 0,76 million US$; stock-options: 3,58 million US$;
2006Coles, Martin
See the photo of: Coles, Martin Chief Financial Officer; salary: 0,87 million US$; stock-options: 1,7 million US$;
2006Schultz, Howard
See the photo of: Schultz, Howard Chairman; salary: 1,19 million US$; stock-options: 96,55 million US$;
2002Behar, Howard
See the photo of: Behar, Howard Chairman; salary: 1,27 million US$; stock-options: 5,44 million US$;
2002Casey, Michael
See the photo of: Casey, Michael Chief Financial Officer; salary: 0,83 million US$; stock-options: 3,39 million US$;
2002Schultz, Howard
See the photo of: Schultz, Howard Chairman; salary: 2,45 million US$; stock-options: 17,48 million US$;
2002Smith, Orin
See the photo of: Smith, Orin Chief Executive Officer; salary: 2,45 million US$; stock-options: 36,32 million US$;
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employees
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social impact : country
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2009
-1000
Internal restructuring:
Reuters
2009
-6700
Internal restructuring:
Les Echos
2008
-12000
Internal restructuring: Starbucks plans to close a total of 600 underperforming stores and eliminate as many as 12,000 fill- and part-time positions.: United States of America
Reuters
2008
-600
Internal restructuring: Starbucks will eliminate 600 jobs as it works to turn around stagnating U.S. coffee shops in the face of a weak economy.: United States of America
Reuters
2007
172000
2007
ILO violation 87,98 : The U.S. National Labor Relations Board's New York office charges that Starbucks, the ubiquitous coffee chain, had committed 30 violations of law in trying to ward off union activity at four outlets in the New York borough of Manhattan. The allegations states that Starbucks fired employees who were supportive of unionization and threatened to fire others. Union organizers are pushing Starbucks for higher wages and more hours, asserting that the $8.75 an hour that some New York coffee clerks, or baristas, earn is too little. They also want the company to guarantee a minimum of 25 or 30 hours of work a week for many of its employees.: United States of America
International Herald Tribune
2006
ILO violation 1,26 : Employees of subcontractor Danu Vina Corporation earn less than $2 a day making stuffed animals that will be sold in the U.S. by Hallmark, Disney, and Starbucks.: Vietnam
CorpWatch
2003
74000
2002
62000
2001
47000
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employees
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  • Subsidy

year  salesincome buybacksource
2007   9,410,67   billion US$
2006   7,790,56   billion US$
2005   6,370,49   billion US$
2005   5million shares
2005   10million shares
2004   9million shares
2003   4,080,27   billion US$
2002   3,290,22   billion US$
2001   2,650,18   billion US$
2000   2,170,1   billion US$
1999   1,680,1   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
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2006Starbucks lobbyes the US authorities to prevent varieties of coffee bought in Ethiopia from being protected by a appelation from origin, which would increase its purchase price. Starbucks buys the coffee between 0.6 and 1.2 $ the kilo to the Ethiopian producers and sells it 26 $ to the US consumers. : translateUFC Que Choisir
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dubious practice : image
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2007Disinformation: While the closing of 600 Starbucks stores is bad news for the 12,000 baristas who will lose their jobs, it's an economic plus for others. The coffee giant is ramping up PR efforts to shape its message about its contraction. Edelman has been the company's firm of record for several years, and their offices in Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Austin, Atlanta, New York and Seattle (Starbucks' home town) are all engaged to work with local media for Starbucks. Besides Edelman, "Starbucks is relying on a PR roster that currently includes The Frause Group (Seattle), The Limtiaco Company (Honolulu), Eiseman PR (Chicago) Airfoil PR (Detroit), Cone (Boston), Brotman Winter Fried Communications (Falls Church, Va.), and rbb PR (Coral Gables, Fla.)." Grey Worldwide handles Starbucks' PR in Canada, which is fielding questions about any plans for closing stores there. All in all, it's an intensive PR effort. Bridget Baker, communications program manager at Starbucks said, "We couldn't be doing this without them all by our side.": PR Watch
2007Arguable partnership: value: Environnement, Equit?; L'Expansion
2007Arguable partnership: value: Equit?; Le Monde Diplomatique
2004Arguable partnership: Don pour les victimes du tsunami: 100000 de dollars: value: Humanitaire; AFP


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