On average, Starbucks sells 4 million coffee drinks daily across the United States. The company runs 7,950 stores in the United States, and 16,850 outlets in 40 countries. More »

Starbucks is a chain of coffeehouses that first opened in 1971 in Seattle. As of 2015, Starbucks is the largest coffeehouse chain in the world, operating more than 22,500 locations worldwide. The name comes from the nove... More »

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Starbucks does not have franchisees in any markets except Britain and France, as of 2015, and the company is not currently recruiting franchisees in those two markets. Starbucks required prospective European franchisees ... More »

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According to USA Today, Starbucks sells 4 million coffee drinks per day. According to the company's website, they serve 60 million customers each week, though it's important to note that Starbucks offers products and dri... More »

Starbucks does not have franchisees in any markets except Britain and France, as of 2015, and the company is not currently recruiting franchisees in those two markets. Starbucks required prospective European franchisees ... More »

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Starbucks doesn't have an official slogan. However, they do have an official mission statement. Their mission statement is, "To inspire and nurture the human spirit–one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time." More »

According to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the founders of Starbucks named their coffeehouse after the first-mate, Starbuck, in Herman Melville's book, "Moby Dick." Interestingly, Starbucks co-founder Gordon Bowker rec... More »