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3 Stocks to Watch on Monday: Apple Inc. (AAPL), Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL) and Starbucks Corporation (SBUX)
Posted on Monday April 23, 2018

Asian stocks started off the week on a mixed note Monday after U.S. markets experienced declines Friday, especially with tech stocks. Several companies made headlines over the weekend, including Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL) and Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX). Apple announced that it is starting a battery replacement program.


Starbucks, I Take My Coffee Black
Posted on Sunday April 22, 2018

The sign for a Starbucks Coffee shop is seen in New York on April 17, 2018, following the company's announcement that they will close more than 8,000 US stores on May 29 to conduct 'racial-bias education' following the arrest of two black men in one of its cafes. For Starbucks, a company that has had its mix of praise and criticism for its proactive stance on addressing race relations in the U.S. with its Race Together campaign, it is ironic that it now finds itself embroiled in a racially motivated backlash that has gripped the company, including calls for boycotts. Following the unfortunate, filmed and wrongful arrest of two black patrons, Rashon  Nelson and Donte Robinson, in an all-too-familiar scene at a Starbucks store in Philadelphia, the company has perhaps disproportionately decided to shut 8,000 of its U.S. establishments on May 29 for racial bias training.


Starbucks Lacks Clear Guidance for Employees on Nonpaying Customers
Posted on Sunday April 22, 2018

The arrests of two nonpaying customers at a Starbucks Corp. cafe earlier this month have raised questions among some employees about how to handle such situations. Starbucks Chief Executive Kevin Johnson said it was wrong that a Philadelphia manager called the police about two black men who asked to use the bathroom without purchasing anything and then allegedly refused to leave when asked. Interviews with current and former Starbucks managers and baristas across the country suggest that the coffee company’s guidelines on how to treat lingering nonpaying customers in general are vague at best—if they exist at all.


Apple, Nike and Starbucks Will Be the Biggest Victims of Trump's China Tariffs
Posted on Sunday April 22, 2018

In 1930 President Herbert Hoover signed the Smoot-Hawley tariff into law.  The mindless legislation placed record levels of taxation on 20,000+ foreign goods.  Imports into the U.S. naturally plunged.  This pleased members of the political class who saw imports as harmful.  At least for a time. What protectionists of the 1930s missed is something that Steve Bannon, Peter Navarro and Donald Trump miss today: if the world’s producers can’t sell to us, they also can’t buy from us.  While U.S. producers exported $5.2 billion worth of goods in 1929, by 1933 exports had plummeted to $1.7 billion.  With a stroke of a pen, Hoover collapsed global markets for U.S. goods. More than even free traders will admit, Smoot-Hawley looms large when it comes to explaining the slow-growth 1930s.  To understand why, it needs to be remembered that jobs are infinite.  They are because there are always infinite unmet needs in the world that individuals and businesses are feverishly trying to meet.  Free trade is merely an acknowledgment that the more work is divided up among individuals, the more that individuals can specialize.  And when individuals are able to specialize, they’re logically much more productive.  The 1930s tariffs were anti the very specialization that drives productivity and rising wages.  That their imposition occurred in concert with a decline in growth is a statement of the supremely obvious.  But that’s a digression.  Sort of.


Starbucks, I Take My Coffee Black
Forbes - 11 hours ago
For Starbucks, a company that has had its mix of praise and criticism for its proactive stance on addressing race relations in the U.S.

The Huge Problem for Starbucks Corporation Stock Is China, Not Racism
Investorplace.com - 59 minutes ago
Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) is drawing praise from crisis experts, and Starbucks stock is holding up, after meeting a racist incident at a Philadelphia location with quick action.

Starbucks' 'unconscious bias training' isn't enough, protesters say
ABC News - 4 hours ago
“The actions of the Starbucks corporation are totally unacceptable,” Philadelphia Councilman Kenyatta Johnson told protesters Sunday.

Starbucks Corporation Will Always Try to Do the Right Thing
Investorplace.com - Apr 18, 2018
Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ:SBUX) CEO Kevin Johnson is currently facing his biggest challenge since replacing Howard Schultz as the company's chief executive a year ago.
Starbucks to close stores for racial-bias training - Seeking Alpha
Starbucks to close stores for bias training after Philly arrests - KGO-TV

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