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 novel "Moby Dick," in which the character Starbuck is ...
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 recalls that the coffeehouse was almost named Cargo H...
According to Forbes, Starbucks has a market cap of $55.94 billion, as of May 2014. Investopedia states that the market cap is the figure the investment community uses in determining the size of a company.
Roughly 60 million people visit Starbucks locations around the world each week, which would be over 3 trillion visitors yearly. The average Starbucks customer visits the store six times per month. This makes Starbucks one of the top brands in the coffee industry.
Starbucks Corporation's consolidated net revenues increased by 13 percent to $4.8 billion during the 13-week period that ended December 28, 2014, according to a press release the company issued in January 2015. Starbucks reported that its global comparable store sales i...
On average, a Starbucks manager makes $47,700 per year in 2014. However, Starbucks managers usually vary over a wide range of different salaries. The salary each individual makes will depend on factors such as the manager's experience levels and the location of the stor...
Each Starbucks store sets its own operating hours. While stores are typically open between 5:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. on a normal business day, some locations may not open on Christmas. Stores that are open on the holiday may observe special hours.