In the year after announcing its commitment to veterans and their families, Starbucks has hired more than 1,000 veterans and military spouses from almost every state in the U.S., working at various levels of leadership in stores and throughout the company’s operations.
Starbucks is bringing an immersive coffee experience to its customers in China with a new lineup of premium Starbucks Reserve coffees and an interactive coffee bar to seven stores in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen.
Starbucks Reserve coffees help bring these individual stories to life with an ultra-premium line of coffees that are the most rare, limited availability coffees from around the world.
Blogger Alice Currah of Sweet Savory Life shares her recipe for delicious autumn scones perfect with a first morning cup of coffee.
Like the Peaberry, people with disabilities have often been undervalued. The word “disability” suggests a defect or flaw. We all too often focus alone on the difficulties of physical and mental conditions. However, when we rethink disability, we can fully appreciate the unique assets that make people with disabilities a premium in the workplace.
A Starbucks partner (employee) is trying to change the perception of being a single parent through wildly popular Vine videos she creates with her 8-year-old son.
A community discussion Tuesday, October 21 was part of Starbucks Solutions City initiative. The program brings residents and local leaders together at neighborhood Starbucks stores to address three key issues: providing access to education, supporting veterans, and empowering opportunity youth.
“I see people meet at Starbucks all the time on first dates and I hope their stories turn out as happy as ours has. Starbucks really is a great place to meet people."