The Starbucks on Roy Street in Seattle has a pretty wild new espresso machine.
Proceeds from the sales will go to the Refugee Services of Texas.
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.
You can win a coffee date with Ivanka Trump if you have a lot of money.
Howard Schultz is retiring as CEO of Starbucks.
My Great Aunt Cheryl sends me links to articles of questionable repute on a fairly regular basis via text, email, and occasionally on my Facebook wall for all the world to see. Well, here’s my chance to return the “favor”, but with a little more substance. Food & Wine reports that a new study shows […]
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 […]
If you’re an avid watcher of Comedy Central‘s The Daily Show, then you already know that Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz stopped by the studio yesterday to have a sit down with Trevor Noah. But if, like me, your devotion has been on a slow decline since Jon Stewart left the desk, then this may be […]
After 13 years of keeping it away from social media, Starbucks has finally let the Pumpkin Spice Latte have its own Facebook account. And the Real PSL, whose Christian name is Sylvester P. Umpkin, has been quite active and totally not a glitchy bot spitting out inconsequential non-sequitors. But after Microsoft’s whole Tay Tweets debacle, many were […]