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Topic - Starbucks
Starbucks is closer to making instant coffee in Augusta.
Starbucks has apologized to a Louisiana teacher who says a Baton Rouge barista drew satanic symbols in her coffee foam.
Only one of her four sons actually breastfed - and he did so for only a few weeks. But that didn't stop Amelia Boomker from setting the Guinness World Record for breast milk donation.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz brought Oprah Winfrey on stage Wednesday at the shareholders meeting in Seattle to announce a drink named after the media mogul.
A mysterious shop named "Dumb Starbucks" is serving coffee again in Los Angeles after drawing weekend crowds that waited in a line two blocks long.
Bodum USA is recalling 28,000 coffee presses sold exclusively at Starbucks due to the potential risk for lacerations and burns.
If your loved ones are addicted to coffee, try Starbucks' all-metal $450 gift card as a Christmas stocking-stuffer this year.
Starbucks announced on Wednesday its plans to hire at least 10,000 veterans and spouses of active military members in the next five years.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is so annoyed by the government shutdown that from Wednesday to Friday, the chain is offering a free coffee to any customer in the U.S. who buys another person a beverage.
The Seattle-based company changed its order, but did not go so far as leaving customers sipping frappuccinos in a gun-free zone.
Gun owners are devoted to the Second Amendment, but it turns out many of them are also fans of caramel macchiatos.
The public remains deeply skeptical about Obamacare. Several new polls find that most people still think it's a bad idea, and opinions divide not just between liberals and conservatives, but rankle everybody.
Trying to ease itself out of the rancorous national debate over guns, Seattle-based coffee chain giant Starbucks found itself squarely back in the crosshairs Tuesday.
Just two days after a shooting at the Washington Navy Yard that killed 12, Starbucks has asked its customers not to bring guns into its stores.
As gun rights supporters flocked to their local Starbucks Friday for "Starbucks Appreciation Day," the coffee giant announced it was closing its Newtown, Conn., store early "out of respect for Newtown and everything the community has been through."