Starbucks partners are committed to community service year-round, engagement that the company fully supports and encourages. The nonprofits who benefit from this support find it invaluable.
Q2 financial 2017 highlights: Comparable store sales up 3% globally; consolidated net revenues grow 6%; operating margin expands to Q2 record 17.7%; GAAP and non-GAAP earnings per share up 15%.
The Starbucks store in Ferguson, Mo., has successfully created a model for more stores in underserved communities.
Starbucks announced it will open a Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Chicago in 2019. Located on North Michigan Avenue and Erie Street on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, the Chicago Reserve Roastery represents the company’s third Roastery location in the U.S.
As part of its continued commitment to the veteran and military spouse community, Starbucks today announced the locations of its next five Military Family Stores (MFS): Austin and El Paso, Texas; Clarksville, Tennesse; Newport, Rhode Island; and Bedford, Massachusetts.
Starbucks 2016 Global Social Impact Report shares the company’s vision for 2020 and beyond in the areas of coffee sustainability, greener retail and community engagement.
Starbucks store manager Jessica Reed reaches back to a past profession to serve the needs of homeless families.
Co-authors of “The Last Maasai Warriors” share their story at a Kenyan coffee tasting at the Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle.