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03/02/2007

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Jim Johnson

Part of the problem failing to focus on quality... I'm sure the shockwaves were strong when Consumer Reports ranked McDonald's coffee ahead of Starbucks...

http://www.abcnews.go.com/GMA/Business/story?id=2927462&page=1

Barbara

Nice & informative article,I like the above thought.
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so many cases about the starbucks ,and this artical told us the more deatils about the starbucks,13,000 is a mind-boggling number of stores. But take the average number of customers in one day and multiply it by 13,000. Starbucks needs to let its customers express the Starbucks brand. this ia a creazy thing for the starbucks ,but he successed!

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