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Starbucks Corporation (SBUX)

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Previous Close58.65
Bid58.62 x 1100
Ask58.63 x 2100
Day's Range58.43 - 58.95
52 Week Range50.84 - 61.79
Avg. Volume9,298,462
Market Cap85.35B
PE Ratio (TTM)30.87
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.00 (1.74%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Capital Cube42 minutes ago

    ETFs with exposure to Starbucks Corp. : December 9, 2016

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  • Reuters51 minutes ago

    Coke CEO Muhtar Kent hands reins to Quincey in widely expected move

    Coca-Cola Co said on Friday that Muhtar Kent would step aside as chief executive next year and be replaced by James Quincey, a company veteran credited with several recent changes to help the company cut its dependence on sugary drinks. Quincey's ascension was widely expected since he became chief operating officer in August 2015 after jobs that included running Coke's businesses in Europe and Mexico over two decades. Kent, 64, will have completed nine years at the helm when he steps down in May, but he will continue as chairman of the board, a post he has held since 2009, Coke said.

  • Coca-Cola names Quincey as next CEO, Kent stays as chairman
    Associated Press54 minutes ago

    Coca-Cola names Quincey as next CEO, Kent stays as chairman

    NEW YORK (AP) — Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent will step down from that role next year and be succeeded by the company's No. 2 executive, at a time when people are drinking less sugary soda including its flagship Coke drink.