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In December a Starbucks customer "who identifies as a front-line responder to the COVID-19 outbreak" can get a free tall brewed coffee, hot or iced.
Beginning Friday, customers will have their drinks served in one of four new festive cups. This year's theme, "Carry the Merry," will be written on two of the cups.
Starbucks is finally ditching straws and ushering in its long-awaited "sippy cup" lids for iced beverages.
A Zoom call has become an integral part of daily life, and Wall Street has acknowledged as much by giving a big boost to the company's market value.
Some of the world’s most prominent CEOs are nudging Congress to act on further coronavirus relief efforts to save small businesses. Veuer’s Ju…
The following retailers, restaurants and grocers have announced mask mandates at all of their stores nationwide in response to the coronavirus…
The popular coffee chain, Starbucks, has announced that all customers visiting their cafés will be required to wear masks.
Major companies like Ford, Coca-Cola, Starbucks, Lululemon suspend advertising buys on Facebook in bid to get it to mute hate speech.
Starbucks is letting employees wear paraphernalia supporting the Black Lives Matter movement after the coffee chain reportedly banned them from doing so.
Starbucks is now allowing baristas to wear Black Lives Matter attire after first banning it. The change comes after backlash on social media w…
HARTSVILLE, S.C. — The small town with a big heart should have a Starbucks by end of the summer. A Starbucks spokesperson confirmed Thursday morning that the Starbucks to be located at 181 Westfield St. in Hartsville would be opening in the summer.
Front-line workers in the healthcare industry who are responding to the coronavrius can get a free tall brewed or iced coffee at Starbucks.
Big dining chains like Olive Garden are better equipped to weather the storm than independent restaurants. But despite their size, they're still in a precarious position.
As coffee chains face more pressure to ditch disposable cups, McDonald’s has bowed to online complaints and will allow customers to use reusab…
The apology comes more than a year after the company temporarily closed its 8,000-plus U.S. stores for "racial bias education" training amid an outcry over an incident in Philadelphia.