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A compelling, candid narrative documenting the maturing of a brand as well as a businessman, Onward represents Schultz's central leadership philosophy: It's not just about winning, but the right way to win.
Many investors have lost their taste for Starbucks over the past year, even though the company is growing faster than most competitors. Is a long-term drip, drip, drip inevitable for the café giant?
When S’well founder Sarah Kauss finally made the leap from making manual invoices in Excel to using QuickBooks, in 2010, she called in an accounting pro to get her set up. He looked at her statements -- and the scant $2,000 she had left in savings --
The smell of fresh baguettes baking, shelves full of croissants, cream cakes and pastries in shop windows: It’s not what Americans associate with South Korea. But that’s the unexpected hub of this French-style export. In 1988, businessman Hur Young-i
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It’s time to be a visionary. And you’ll have help: Saturn, the planet of long-range planning, Jupiter, the planet of abstract thinking, and Uranus, the planet of sudden change and progressive reasoning, are working together at the beginning of Decem
Starbucks is introducing a frappuccino you can attack with a fork. The American Cherry Pie Frappuccino comes with a crispy pie crust over the top of the cup. Sadly, this little slice of Americana is available only in Japan. The beverage-dessert hybri
LIBERALS TEND TO THINK OF THEMSELVES as open-minded and supportive of free speech. But recent examples show otherwise—and prove that many on the left are not above using intimidation and harassment to silence dissenting voices. Consider the fight ag
“We are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals. We’re going to rebuild our infrastructure, which will become, by the way, second to none. And we will put millions of our people to work a
An unusually wide range of major companies are speaking out against President Trump’s recent executive order.
How did we lose the universe? When, last month, NASA announced the discovery of seven new Earth-like exoplanets orbiting TRAPPIST-1, a dwarf star only 40 light years from us, it felt strange: not the beginning of something, but the end. The immediate
Inaugural pastor creates ‘safe haven’ The church of evangelical pastor Sam Rodriguez Jr., who led a prayer at President Trump’s Inauguration, has begun offering beds for congregants who need a temporary “safe haven” from immigration raids or domesti
There are even deeper issues here than whether or not the unsubstantiated allegations are true.
Participants have confidence they can sustain the nascent movement’s momentum. But racial and cultural divisions could threaten its future.
Clay Freeman was not the suspicious sort, until multiple customers started snapping pictures inside his St. Augustine, Fla., spice and tea shop. “People started coming in saying what a cool idea this was and that it would do really well in their town
MillerCoors is giving lazy beer drinkers another excuse to stay put: The option to order beer with the touch of a button or a simple voice command. The brewer and IPG Mediabrands today announced a new suite of connected home services called "Miller L
It used to happen a lot: Teetering home drunk and disconsolate late at night through the shadowy semi-suburbs of north London, I would turn a corner and find, staring placidly at me on the street, the silhouette of a fox. Looking directly into the ey
Parisian photojournalist ZEN LEFORT began his career schlepping lighting equipment for fashion photographers. Since then, the 23-year-old has documented militias in the Central African Republic, children affected by Agent Orange in Vietnam, demonstra
You begrudgingly pay your taxes on time year after year, only to keep hitting the same pothole in the road. You wonder: What on earth is the government doing with my tax dollars? While it might not be literally flushing your cash down the toilet, it'
Secret sauce: In-N-Out Burger rarely advertises or talks to the press. It took nearly 30 years for the brand, founded in 1948, to add milkshakes to its simple menu and 44 years to expand outside of California (it is still found in just five Western s
Last week, four economics experts publicly debated whether the retailer represents the best capitalism has to offer, or the worst.
Passengers will have to put devices larger than a cellphone in checked luggage, according to unnamed U.S. officials who spoke with wire services. The rule will apply to flights from eight countries.
Homebased businesses—those that don’t require a fixed location or any of the costs that come along with it—are among the biggest trends in franchising. In fact, nearly one-third of the companies ranked in Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500® offer franchise
Call it a trend: Each year we see a rising number of new and established companies grow their brand through franchising. To wit, more than 22 percent of the 988 companies that submitted their information for Entrepreneur’s 2017 Franchise 500 ranking
Each month, the editors of The Atlantic’s Business Channel put together a list of the most insightful and interesting pieces of journalism about money and economics from around the web. This month’s picks include the practical and the absurd: stories
ON A TRIP TO SANTIAGO LAST YEAR, I CAUGHT UP WITH Sebastián Piñera, the ex-President of Chile. Piñera’s center-right party had been defeated in 2013 by a leftist opposition that offered more social spending and higher corporate taxes. Chile’s turn un
Terror charge for stabbing suspect White supremacist James Harris Jackson was charged with terrorism for fatally stabbing a 66-year-old black man in Manhattan. Jackson said he attacked Timothy Caughman to deter white women from interracial relations
The ongoing Trump Russia fiasco continued today with an angry back-and-forth between the press and the White House over its potential role in trying to silence a key witness to the investigation. Also, the Republican chair of the House Intelligence
THE PLAN, HATCHED BY SENATE Republicans after the unexpected death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February, was to make the presidential election into a referendum on the future of the Supreme Court. But the court has not cooperated. Given multiple c
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