The Starbucks on Roy Street in Seattle has a pretty wild new espresso machine.
In a letter from CEO Howard Schultz, the company announced plans to hire 10,000 refugees to stores across 75 countries over the next five years.
The company has decided to end their Starbucks Evenings program nationwide.
Howard Schultz is retiring as CEO of Starbucks.
When Business Insider calls you basic, you may have an image problem. With over 24,000 stores worldwide, it’s safe to say that Starbucks is just about everywhere. But with this ubiquity comes the problem of seeming pedestrian. The brand that “made it OK to charge more than $2 for a cup of coffee” has lost […]
We’ll all remember May 31st, 2016 as the day we reached the cold brew singularity. Yesterday, Starbucks officially announced the launch of their nitro cold brew on tap, to be released in 500 stores across the United States by the end of the summer. Close your eyes with holy dread, for we on the nitro […]
Starbucks: the coffee brand America loves to sue. Not but a month removed from some overly-litigious yahoo suing Starbucks over allegedly underfilling their lattes, we’ve got another overly litigious yahoo suing Starbucks, this time for overfilling drinks with ice. MSNBC reports that Illinois woman and as-yet-unconfirmed life of any party she attends Stacy Pincus is asking […]