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Oy! This book was a repetitive mess! Seemed like the author was a high school student who had been bullied and so wanted to show he could bully back. I want my time back!Published 7 months ago by Shaky Brady
An interesting foray into the birth of Starbucks, and how far it's strayed from it's original tenets. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Trina
Very interesting look at how Starbuck's grew to penetrate US and International markets.
Easy to read and fun!
This book is a wonderful combination of corporate history, social commentary, obscure facts about coffee and a history of the coffee-house movement. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jim Lester
Interesting history of the growth of a big and unexpectedly big business. Not a "can't put it down" kind of book.Published 12 months ago by Susan Diamond
Great book and very insightful. I'm doing to research on successful companies in the US and this book was great material.Published 18 months ago by Nicholas Speece
I picked this book to read as a main source for a group project and man was this interesting! The book made me realize how culturally popular Starbucks is and has opened my eyes to... Read morePublished on March 8, 2013 by jessification