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WSJ: Starbucks will dismiss part of employees as part of a large-scale restructuring

NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 25. / TASS /. The American network of coffee houses Starbucks plans to carry out a large-scale restructuring, including through the reshuffle and dismissal of middle and senior managers. These measures are designed to overcome the stagnation of sales and attract the interest of potential investors, The Wall Street Journal reported.

She outlined the contents of the circular circulated to the company's staff by its chief executive, Kevin Johnson. "We need to increase the speed of such innovations that are relevant to our customers, inspire our partners and are significant for our business.To achieve this, we will make significant changes in how we work and conduct ourselves in all segments of the company's structure," he wrote. he.

According to the publication, the reorganization is scheduled to begin this week and be completed in November. The publication does not specify how many people are scheduled to be fired.

Starbucks was founded in 1971. The network unites more than 28 thousand coffee houses in 75 countries of the world, including in Russia. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington.

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