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February 27, 2013
12:32 EDTNYT, SBUX NY Times letting Starbucks customers read articles for free, paidcontent says
The New York Times (NYT) is allowing Starbucks (SBUX) customers to read 15 articles per day from its flagship newspaper for free while they are sitting in the coffee retailers' cafes, according to paidcontent. The deal took effect last week but was announced today, the website noted. Reference Link
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February 8, 2016
08:13 EDTSBUXStarbucks scopes out locations for large coffee center in NYC, NY Post reports
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07:39 EDTSBUXDiverse set of companies planning layoffs, pulling back spending, WSJ says
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05:27 EDTSBUXStocks with implied volatility movement; ADBE SBUX
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February 5, 2016
15:59 EDTSBUXOptions Update; February 5, 2016
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15:38 EDTSBUXStarbucks volatility increases as shares pull back
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12:26 EDTSBUXOptions with increasing implied volatility
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February 4, 2016
10:54 EDTSBUXDunkin' same-store sales fall amid increased competition
Dunkin' Brands (DNKN) reported higher than expected top and bottom line fourth quarter results this morning, but the company noted that same-store sales fell 0.8% for its flagship Dunkin' Donuts brand in the U.S. The company's same-store sales decline was in contrast to Starbucks (SBUX), which recently reported a comparable store sales increase in the U.S., and come after McDonald's (MCD) launched its "All-Day Breakfast" initiative. WHAT'S NEW: Dunkin' reported Q4 earnings per share of 52c, versus the consensus estimate of 50c. Its Q4 revenue came in slightly above expectations. However, the chain reported that its same-store sales slid 0.8% versus the same period a year earlier in its Dunkin' Donuts locations. The company provided fiscal 2016 earnings guidance that was in-line with expectations, excluding certain items. It expects its U.S. Dunkin' Donuts same-store sales to rise 0%-2% in fiscal 2016. In comparison, Starbucks reported that its Americas same-store sales jumped 9% in Q4. Of note, Dunkin' Brands raised its dividend by 13% to 30c per share. ANALYST REACTION: Dunkin's same-store sales came in below expectations, wrote Michael Gallo, an analyst at CL King. However, excluding a decline of 1.2 percentage points in sales of the company's K-cup offerings, the company's same-store sales were flat, he stated. McDonald's launch of all-day breakfast clearly negatively impacted Dunkin, as guest traffic at Dunkin's stores fell one percentage point, the analyst stated. Gallo kept a Buy rating on the shares but noted that he was placing his price target under review. PRICE ACTION: In late morning trading, Dunkin Brands shares gained 2% to $41.72.
08:34 EDTNYTNew York Times sees FY16 CapEx roughly $45M
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08:34 EDTNYTNew York Times sees Q1 circulation revenues to increase from 4Q15
Total advertising revenues in the first quarter of 2016 are expected to decrease between 2%-4% compared with the first quarter of 2015. Operating costs and adjusted operating costs are each expected to increase in low-single digits the first quarter of 2016 compared with the first quarter of 2015.
08:32 EDTNYTNew York Times reports Q4 adjusted EPS 37c, consensus 30c
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07:06 EDTSBUX, NYTWaste Management to hold a forum
2016 Executive Sustainability Forum is being held in Scottsdale, AZ on February 4.
February 1, 2016
07:24 EDTSBUXEU's Vestager dismisses U.S. criticism of tax cases, Reuters says
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January 26, 2016
10:48 EDTSBUXTreeHouse may benefit from strategy shifts, says Detwiler Fenton
Detwiler Fenton said TreeHouse (THS) may benefit from Keurig Green Mountain's (GMCR) and Starbucks' (SBUX) focust shift into new products. Keurig Green Mountain dropping of its private-label business opens the door for TreeHouse to take market share, the firm's analyst said. Detwiler sees TreeHouse benefiting from Starbucks' shifts away from Keurig Green Mountain and into other product opportunities.

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