In September, Starbucks dedicated four new Military Family Stores bringing the total number to 12 in the U.S. These stores support military communities and partner with nonprofit organizations that help veterans and their families.
Korea’s first Community Store, celebrating its one-year anniversary on October 7, 2015, maintains a connection with its neighborhood by supporting skills training for disadvantaged youth.
Former Adobe senior executive to join Starbucks senior leadership team to lead Global Technology and IT Organization effective November 2, 2015.
Starbucks Canada today announced that it will bring the company’s innovative mobile ordering feature, Mobile Order & Pay, to approximately 300 company-owned stores in the Greater Toronto Area beginning October 13, 2015.
Starbucks is joining the White House to use our collective social media presence to encourage customer support of Red Cross efforts to aid refugees.
To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Starbucks partners volunteered for the BizNovator Challenge One Day Workshop to inspire Florida youth to become future business leaders and entrepreneurs.
Starbucks celebrates the opening of its 500th store in Mexico and announces a donation of 360,000 coffee plants to help farms impacted by coffee rust.
Believed to have been discovered by a goat herder in Ethiopia around A.D. 800-900, and first served as a beverage in 15th-century Yemen, coffee is now enjoyed in more than 22,000 Starbucks stores in 68 countries.