Starbucks Corporation today reported financial results for its 13-week fiscal second quarter and 26-week fiscal year to date ended March 30, 2014.
Starbucks partners and customers in China and Korea recently contributed almost 7,000 community volunteer hours through three major Global Month of Service projects.
There was a time when Starbucks stores played one set of classical songs every few hours, every day, for a month. But for almost the past 20 years now Starbucks has been curating its own musical compilations and selling CDs. The man behind Starbucks music, Timothy Jones, is retiring from the company.
Taking a cue from their customers who have been doodling designs on cups for years, Starbucks is launching a White Cup Contest. The custom art contest encourages people in the U.S. and Canada to decorate a Starbucks cup and submit the design through social media.
Starbucks partners (employees) will participate in a yearly clean-up project in Denver’s City Park today, Earth Day. It’s one of the thousands of projects partners and customers are taking part in this month during Starbucks fourth annual Global Month of Service.
The following is a guest column from Craig Russell, executive vice president, Starbucks Global Coffee. This week the Specialty Coffee Association of America holds its 2014 annual meeting and exposition in Seattle.
Starbucks Reserve® Zambia Peaberry Terranova Estate coffee is a medium-bodied coffee with notes of apple and vanilla consists of smaller, handpicked peaberry beans.
Egg decorating can be fun for the family and eco-friendly with tea-dyed eggs that take on the colors of nature. Here are simple instructions from Teavana.