Starbucks franchise record pool pool set to grow, but the problem is: How much?

With the franchise record set to hit $1 billion for the first time, it appears the coffee giant has a lot of work to do to get the franchise pool up to date with a modern era of streaming services and a more efficient process of buying and selling products.

While the pool is expected to grow to around $1.5 billion over the next two years, the company says it needs to improve the way it buys and sells its brand across multiple platforms. 

The company is in the midst of a transition, which will see Starbucks begin offering new brands like smoothies and a premium coffee option for its popular lattes. 

“As we’ve seen with other brands, we are constantly innovating to ensure that we offer a better experience for our customers, and that we are able to deliver on the promise of the brand,” Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told the Wall Street Journal in February.

“We are committed to making Starbucks the world’s most popular coffee destination, but we’re also committed to being a leader in innovation to drive our businesses to deliver value to our customers and our communities.”

Starbucks has struggled to stay ahead of competitors like the likes of Apple and Amazon as well as the increasingly competitive and fragmented marketplace that is the modern day streaming landscape.

The company has faced a few challenges in this regard, however.

Its traditional, single-origin coffee beans are now sourced from many different countries, with some countries having to import them for export.

Starbucks says it is trying to source its coffee from a “full range of sources” and has a range of methods it uses to ensure it doesn’t use the same beans over and over again.

“As the company continues to evolve, we have to continually adjust and make sure that our supply chain is aligned with our customers’ preferences,” Schultz said.

While the company is expanding its distribution network to help meet this challenge, Starbucks is also taking a hard look at what it can do to improve its sales and profits.

It has reportedly been in discussions with some of its international competitors, but has been slow to make its decisions, with the company reportedly taking more time than competitors to make decisions. 

Starbucks announced last month that it will be making the purchase of an additional 3 million square feet of space in the US.

That amount of space, or around 50% of the current Starbucks location, will make the coffee brand’s footprint in the United States much bigger than it was in 2016, and the company has been able to scale up its operations to deal with this demand. 

In a recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Starbucks revealed that it plans to make $6 billion in cash payments to its shareholders in the next six months, and expects to make a cash dividend payment of $3.75 per share.

That’s the same payout the company made in 2015. 

At this point, the stock is trading at about $17, but that’s up from around $17 in February, when the company announced a $3 billion expansion in its U.S. operations. 

I think the upside is the company’s ability to be able to drive down the price of the coffee.””

I think that the market has been very bullish on Starbucks.

I think the upside is the company’s ability to be able to drive down the price of the coffee.”

Starbucks, in a statement, said that its new U.K. headquarters will “provide an unprecedented level of access to customers across the globe, including the UK, Australia and New Zealand.”

It is also building a “significant new retail presence in China.”

Starbuck, which was spun off from Starbucks in 2014, has been trying to find a new strategy to compete with Amazon and Apple, which have been moving into the premium coffee space.

Amazon has been investing in its own brands, including coffee shops and grocery stores, and Apple has been buying up coffee shops to expand its coffee market share. 

For Starbucks, the shift to a premium brand is a win for both consumers and the industry as a whole. 

But the brand itself has struggled with the transition, with its original logo being replaced by a simplified version that has no connection to the brand at all. 

Still, Schultz said that the company will be investing heavily in its new headquarters to make sure the brand stays relevant.

“The brand will remain the core of our business,” he said.

“We’re going to invest in our coffee.

We’re going, in fact, to invest heavily in our business, and we’re going in an all-new building that’s going to be a much better and more efficient Starbucks.

We think we can take the brand forward to a place where people will be able feel like they have a place in the world, where people are going to have a connection with their Starbucks, and our company will still be able make it a very compelling experience.”