Starbucks' Howard Schultz grilled by Senate over anti-union actions
Longtime Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz insisted the coffee chain hasn't broken labor laws and is willing to bargain with unionized workers during an often testy, two-hour appearance before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.
Father stabbed to death outside Canada Starbucks in front of toddler daughter
According to local reports, the father was with his family when a stranger started vaping. The father had asked the man to stop vaping near his toddler daughter.
New Starbucks CEO plans to work in stores monthly
Starbucks’ new CEO Laxman Narasimhan says he plans to work a half-day shift once a month in one of the company’s stores in an effort to stay close to the company’s culture and customers.
Starbucks' Howard Schultz agrees to testify before Senate committee amid unionization campaign
Howard Schultz has agreed to appear before a U.S. Senate committee that is examining Starbucks' actions amid an ongoing unionization campaign.
Coffee meets olive oil: Starbucks' newest drinks are a taste of Italy
Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz came up with the idea after visiting Sicily in 2022 and noting how locals ingested a spoonful of olive oil on a daily basis.
Family forced to cancel vacation after venti-sized tipping error at Starbucks
A trip to Starbucks for two cups of coffee ended up costing an Oklahoma man $4,500, causing him to cancel other plans. The company later sent reimbursement checks.
Changes to Starbucks’ reward program kick in Monday — what to know
The number of “stars” needed to get certain food and drinks for free in the U.S. as part of Starbucks’ rewards program officially changes on Feb. 13.
Family shocked by $4,444 charge after Starbucks run
An Oklahoma man was buying coffee in a Starbucks drive-thru and was in disbelief when he later learned he was charged $4,444.44 while paying for his order.
Starbucks to offer nationwide DoorDash delivery by March
Starbucks said delivery represents a “significant growth opportunity” for the coffee giant as more people shift to remote work with less in-person ordering.
Starbucks adds new Pistachio Cream Cold Brew to its 2023 winter menu
Starbucks said its Pistachio Latte is also making a return.
Starbucks to change number of rewards 'stars' needed for free drinks in February
Starbucks is also changing what tiers certain food, drinks, and other products can get redeemed through.
Starbucks workers plan 3-day walkout at 100 US stores as union effort continues
More than 1,000 baristas at 100 stores are planning to walk out on a three-day strike starting Friday as part of their effort to unionize the coffee chain’s stores.
Starbucks Red Cup Day 2022: How to get a free reusable cup
On Nov. 17, Starbucks is giving away free reusable red cups at participating U.S. stores. Here’s how to snag one.
Starbucks workers strike at more than 100 US stores
The walkouts on Thursday coincide with Starbucks’ annual Red Cup Day, which workers say is often one of the busiest days of the year.
Starbucks holiday drinks and seasonal red cups return to stores this week
It’s that time of year. Starbucks’ holiday menu — including Peppermint Mocha and Caramel Brulée Latte — is returning to stores soon in the seasonal red cups.
Starbucks holiday drinks are back Thursday, here's a look at the cups
Coffee drinkers can get their first sips of the holidays as Starbucks rolls out their seasonal beverages on Thursday.
Starbucks barista appears to pray with customer at drive-thru
Tanya Hinsley said she was next in line at the drive-thru when she caught the touching moment.
Starbucks drink recalled for possibly containing metal fragments
The recalled product was distributed in seven states.
Starbucks to spend nearly half a billion dollars to revamp image, make stores more efficient
Starbucks plans to spend $450 million next year to make its North American stores more efficient and less complex. The company also said it plans to open 2,000 net new stores in the U.S. by 2025.
Labor complaint says Starbucks withheld pay hikes from stores that voted to unionize
The National Labor Relations Board says Starbucks is violating U.S. labor law by withholding pay hikes and other benefits from stores that have voted to unionize.