On Nov. 17, Starbucks is giving away free reusable red cups at participating U.S. stores. Here’s how to snag one.
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 is closing 16 stores around the country because of repeated safety issues, including drug use and other disruptive behaviors that threaten staff.
Starbucks’ order to pull the chicken sandwich coincided with reports from people on social media who claimed they suffered diarrhea, stomach pain and even vomiting after eating it.
Rossann Williams has been a prominent figure in the company's push against worker unionization.
The coffee company opened their bathrooms to the public after two Black men were denied use of a restroom by an employee at a Philadelphia Starbucks four years ago.
James Cromwell, an 82-year-old actor and activist, superglued his hand to a Starbucks counter to protest the chain’s extra charge for plant-based milk alternatives.
Customer claimed his Starbucks cup was filled with cleaning solution
Starbucks workers at a store in Buffalo, New York, voted to unionize on Thursday, a first for the 50-year-old coffee retailer in the U.S. and the latest sign that the labor movement is stirring after decades of decline.
Starbucks is giving away free, limited-edition reusable red cups to customers who order a holiday beverage. Here are details on how to get one.
Coffee chain is reported to be considering leaving the platform over comments left on posts about social justice issues.
All Starbucks baristas, supervisors and cafe attendants in the U.S. will receive an increase of at least 10%, according to a company spokesperson.
Starbucks has officially added two new dairy-free coffee drinks to its permanent menu and announced the testing of oat milk in select markets, starting Tuesday.
Starbucks is sending an apology to two Riverside County Sheriff deputies after they were reportedly denied service at a local store.
An Oklahoma police officer got a Starbucks cup with the word "Pig" on a label and the company later apologized for the incident.
The 2019 holiday cups and seasonal drinks will be available in stores beginning Nov. 7, the company said.