Starbucks did not succeed in a bid to throw out an consumer lawsuit related to its Refresher drinks. A judge is allowing nine claims to remain, according to a filing.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz's tenure on the board came to an end on Wednesday, the coffeehouse chain announced. Its board will gain a new member in October as well.
Starbucks announced its launch of two new fall beverages at its stores, as well as exclusive pumpkin spice menu items at its Starbucks Reserve locations.
Pumpkin spice latte co-creator Peter Dukes told FOX Business the story of how Starbucks' most popular seasonal beverage came to be, setting the stage for the bombshell pumpkin spice market.
Employees at more than 150 Starbucks locations across the United States are planning to go on strike over the coffee giant's alleged "hypocritical treatment of LGBTQIA+ workers."
A federal jury awarded a former Starbucks manager $25.6 million after she argued at trial that the company fired her because she was White amid a racial firestorm in 2018.
The National Labor Relations Board is expected to facilitate a vote on Starbucks Workers United and its leadership of coffee shop employees in New York.
Starbucks is updating machines in select stores and, as a result, stirring up debate over the type of ice being used. Customers chimed in on the update with opposing thoughts.
Starbucks reported better-than-expected quarterly earnings, however shares fell in extended trading after the company failed to lift its outlook.
First introduced in Italy, Starbucks' new coffee drink called Oleato marries coffee with olive oil — and some have posted online about the laxative impacts they've experienced. Others enjoy it.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., traded barbs at a hearing regarding the coffee company's treatment of union organizing on the "billionaire moniker."
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told lawmakers Wednesday the coffee giant has been forced to close several profitable stores due to safety concerns amid rising crime.
Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz defended the company while testifying before a Senate committee Wednesday, in which Democrats accused the coffee giant of "union busting."
Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO, will testify before a Senate committee about the fairness of the company’s labor practices towards unionizing employees.
Starbucks CEO Laxman Narasimhan issued his first letter to shareholders two days after officially assuming the role. In it, he underscored the importance of their "reinvention plan."
Starbucks workers protested Wednesday against what they describe as union-busting efforts ahead of the company's annual meeting.
Laxman Narasimhan took over as the CEO of Starbucks two weeks earlier than expected. It comes just before Howard Schultz is set to appear before a U.S. Senate committee next week.
An administrative judge for the NLRB issued a ruling that found Starbucks committed "egregious and widespread misconduct" in violation of labor laws amid a unionization push.
Starbucks and interim CEO Howard Schultz are standing firm regarding testimony before a Senate committee despite Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders pushing for subpoenaing him to do so.
A federal judge in Michigan has vacated his order blocking Starbucks from firing employees who attempt to unionize, citing "certain errors" in his opinion.