Starbucks Offering Free Holiday Drinks This WeekThe coffee giant is offering its customers a free holiday drink for a five-day stretch starting on November 9.
DIY Holiday: Starbucks Releases A Color-It-In-Yourself CupThe cups — which are typically red-themed — were available Wednesday. Cup sleeves to go with them are red.
Starbucks Founder Questions Country's 'Moral Fiber'Schultz said at an employee forum in Seattle on Tuesday that he has "profound concern about the lack of character, morality, humanity," displayed at the Charlottesville rally.
PSA: Starbucks Giving Away BOGO Macchiatos For Friendship DayEnjoy friendship day with a cool iced macchiato one on Starbucks.
Starbucks To Shutter All Teavana StoresStarbucks is shutting down its struggling Teavana chain, and relying on customers who spend more on pricier drinks and food to drive up sales at its namesake coffee stores.
Starbucks Will Hire 2,500 Refugees To Work In European Coffee ShopsStarbucks plans to hire 2,500 refugees to work in its European stores within five years as part of a global commitment, the coffee chain confirmed this week.
Starbucks Teams With Lady Gaga For 'Cups of Kindness'Starbucks has teamed up with Lady Gaga for a set of brightly colored summer drinks that will raise money for the singer's foundation.
Who Was The Top-Paid CEO In Washington Last Year? A new survey shows the top paid executive in Washington state last year
Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino Under Scrutiny For Health ContentsThe new Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino is coming under attack from a health department for its poor nutritional contents.
Starbucks Barista Has Meltdown Over Unicorn FrappuccinoA Starbucks barista has taken to social media hoping to make orders for the coffee chain's much buzzed about Unicorn Frappuccino disappear.
Starbucks To Try An Exclusively Online Order StoreStarbucks will test out a store in their headquarters that runs exclusively on online orders beginning next week.
Starbucks CEO Stands By Pledge To Hire Refugees"This is not about politics," said Schultz. He said the company's decisions were based on "humanity and compassion"