SEATTLE, U.S. – Starbucks shares declined in aftermarket trading Thursday after the company missed Wall Street’s projections in much of the world and lowered its full-year 2017 forecast.
The tepid results sent shares plunging and followed Starbucks’ agreement earlier Thursday to buy out its East China joint venture for $1.3 billion, the biggest deal in the company’s history.
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