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Starbucks - 9 BR locations to close.


all2neat

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No doubt Starbucks over-built. And like LT said, this is a CC's town. BusinessReport is doing a poll and Starbucks was #3 behind CC's and a place called BrewHaHa.

I'm suprised at the closing at Corporate/Energy too. That place seemed packed. But like cajun said so many locations clustered together nearby including at Towne Center.

BTW as of yesterday, the price for a barrel of oil had dropped for a third day in a row to around $130. So why won't we see some gas prices drop?? <_< Them dirty rats!

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I won't miss Starbucks. Overrated in my book. Their coffee always tastes like they use burnt beans. I'm a CC's fan. I am surprised about the Corporate @ Energy location closing. That place was always packed, but they did have a store at Towne Center, College and B&N. Perkins Rowe is also surprising to me. Maybe CC's will move across the street to that spot or maybe PJ's Coffee will look at picking up the PR Spot.

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I won't miss Starbucks. Overrated in my book. Their coffee always tastes like they use burnt beans. I'm a CC's fan. I am surprised about the Corporate @ Energy location closing. That place was always packed, but they did have a store at Towne Center, College and B&N. Perkins Rowe is also surprising to me. Maybe CC's will move across the street to that spot or maybe PJ's Coffee will look at picking up the PR Spot.
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Did you see the hurricane in the Gulf? It probably won't effect very many rigs for more than a few days...but you can bet it will translate into at least $12 more per bbl than it is right now.

I'd say buy a hybrid, but so many people in Baton Rogue are employed by big oil it isn't funny. I read an article in the wall street journal about a "plug in hybrid" called the Volt that supposed to run 45 miles on nothing but electricity, then run as a full hybrid car after that.

Now that is a technology that Louisiana should be fighting for- a plant that makes those batteries or those cars is going to be a big, powerful economic engine for the next 50 years.

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