Starbucks confirmed the low supply of some of its products as businesses open back up, causing demand for food and goods to increase.
Starbucks' reusable cups are being revived after the service was discontinued over a year ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The increase is more than double the current federal minimum hourly wage, for nonexempt employees.
Starbucks is stepping up to once again offer free coffee to front-line workers amid the ongoing pandemic.
A Starbucks barista in San Diego County is being praised for how she handled a disruptive customer who repeatedly refused to wear her mask and then shouted “f--- Black Lives Matter” as she was leaving the store.
The man was charged with assault and trespassing, police said.
The customer posted a photo of the barista on Facebook complaining that she wasn’t served because she wasn’t wearing a mask.
Starbucks is tweaking its dress code to allow Black Lives Matter T-shirts and pins after complaints that it prohibited employees from wearing the items.
Starbucks has announced it will pay its employees for the next month.
Starbucks has announced that beginning on Sunday all of its North American stores will switch to a `to go' model for at least two weeks because of the coronavirus.
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.
A Starbucks employee who made national headlines for printing the word "PIG" on coffees ordered by a police officer has been fired.
An Oklahoma police officer got a Starbucks cup with the word "Pig" on a label and the company later apologized for the incident.
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Starbucks is apologizing after an employee reportedly asked six police officers to leave or change their location in one of the company's shops in a Phoenix suburb because another customer reported feeling unsafe. Starbucks said it has "deep respect for the Tempe Police Department" and was apologizing "for any misunderstanding or inappropriate behavior...
Some Tempe Police officers were forced to take their coffee to go at Starbucks in the East Valley city, where officers claim an employee asked them to leave the store on July 4th. FOX 10's Justin Lum reports.