Should Starbucks Be on the Dow?

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Starbucks' recent acquisition of Bay Bread and their La Boulange brand is another example of the growth possibilities that still exist for this company. Given the global nature of the brand, and the fact that Starbucks has throttled the market over the last decade, should Starbucks be on the Dow today?

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