We know that
#issued shares = #outstanding shares + #treasury shares.
So the number of issued shares must be greater than treasury shares by definition. However, Starbucks' fiscal 2014 From 10-K reports
"Common stock ($0.001 par value) — authorized, 1,200.0 shares; issued and outstanding, 749.5 and 753.2 shares, respectively,"
which clearly contradicts with the concept. What is happening here? The same thing, number of outstanding shares is greater than issued, shows up in a number of other company's balance sheet, such as Apple, Google, etc.