Starbucks and other big chains are seeing astounding growth. Unlike burgers and pizza, coffee is a daily ritual for many people.
The company may be stumbling, but it hasn't stopped running circles around its rivals.
The company's new breakfast item seems like a better fit at Starbucks. And that's exactly the point.
The sport's best recipe for success is a huge arena, large crowds, happy alumni and parking and concession sales.
The company's fourth-quarter earnings report may indicate a shift in momentum.
So far, no major pitches overtly use the word 'marijuana.' But they're hinting like crazy.
There is intense competition in a new breed of pizzerias offering fast, build-your-own-crust pies at reasonable prices.
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