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 said its Pistachio Latte is also making a return.
Starbucks is also changing what tiers certain food, drinks, and other products can get redeemed through.
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.
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.
Coffee drinkers can get their first sips of the holidays as Starbucks rolls out their seasonal beverages on Thursday.
The recalled product was distributed in seven states.
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.
The coffee chain's popular fall menu will be available at stores starting August 30.
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.
Instead of a Starbucks crown, the Stars Coffee mermaid wears a Russian headdress called a kokoshnik.
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.
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 President and CEO Kevin Johnson said Wednesday he will retire next month, and former CEO and company founder Howard Schultz will replace him on an interim basis.
The Seattle-based coffee chain wants to provide reusable cups by 2025.
Customers stopping by some neighborhood Starbucks can now recharge themselves and their battery-powered vehicles at new electric vehicle charging stations, a new pilot program between the coffee retailer and Volvo.