AUSTRALIA: Five years before Starbucks breaks even?
The Australian subsidiary of Seattle, US-based coffeehouse giant, Starbucks Coffee Company (Australia), revealed today [Wednesday] that it might be up to five years before it breaks even. As the chain opened its 27th outlet in Australia, company head Markus Hofer, who runs the company as a joint venture between himself and Starbucks Coffee Corp., revealed financial results are weighed down by overheads.
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